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we had of joy endures; 
a joy within us. 



Foreword 

In presenting our Yearbook, a tangible memoir of the 
Class of 1952, we realize that our work as a group in Etoslindale 
High School has been accomplished. 

As sophomores we were strangers to rich other and 
the school, but the knowledge and associations acquired in the 
following two years enabled us to become an integral pari of our 
high school, — one unit, — seniors! 

Within the covers of this book, we have tried to 
capture the worries, the work, and the play of our last high school 
year. 

Now, as graduates of Etoslindale High School, the 
time has come for each of us to make his way alone. Whatever 
our goal in life may be, let us take a moment now and then to 
browze through the pages of this volume; it will recall many 
happy hours, lasting friendships, and golden memories in a very 
important chapter of our lives, — high school. 

Barbara ('. Fiore 
Editor-in-( liirj' 




KoslMale Migk 




Zhe 
year Uook 



Published by the 



Senior Class 



of the 



1952 



School 

Roslindale, Massachusetts 



Head Master's Message 



During the past three years, you, the members of the ( hiss of 1952 of 
Roslindale High School, hare been engaged, together with your teachers, in the task- of 
educating //ourselves for whatever lies before you. To this end, you hare followed 
certain prescribed rules and principles which by experience and reason your parents 
and teachers hare learned are best for the goals which you have chosen. 

Those of you who hare co-operated with the home and the school hare the 
satisfaction of knowing that you have progressed greatly in your education. Those of 
you who hare not are lacking in direct ratio to your fail are to co-operate in your 
ed ucational development . 

Hut are even the best of us really educated? Daniel Webster once said, 
"Every man must educate himself; his books and teachers are but a help; the work is 
his." How true this is! .1 beneficent city has freely supplied the boohs and the 
instructors. Both hare been of immeasurable assistance to whatever you hare attained . 
Yet, the degree of success thus far secured has been in proportion only to the zeal, 
interest, and labor of the individual pupil co-operating with these aids. 

The work, my dear young people, is truly yours. Your knowledge now, 
however great, is not complete. This troubled world of ours can be, for you, a great 
laboratory in which to experiment. The nature and extent of your experiments toward 
tin- betterment of this world, the success both spiritual and material that you will 
obtain in life, the contributions that you will make to mankind — all these will depend 
upon the way in which you continue to educate yourselves. 

Your grad nation is but the beginning of a greater attempt at your indi- 
vidual education. The work of carrying if on is your individual problem. May I 
urge you to dedicate every talent and energy at your command to the education of your- 
self for noble and generous contributions to the welfare of mankind. Your parents, 
your teachers, your school have aided you thus far by laying a secure foundation upon 
which you can erect a superstructure as great and as superlative as your individual 
effort can rear. May God bless you and help you to build it to His and your satis- 
faction and glory. 

Thomas F. Gately, Head Master 



THOMAS F. GATELY 



Our Head Master 



Grace N. Aznive 
Art 

Died April 3, 1952 



Lore ti a J. Burke 
Commercial Brunches 




Marv C. Ci.avton 
Medical Aid 




From This Sou 



Matilda E. Cogan 
Physical Education 




Clare Donohoe 
English 





Head of Department 
Languages 




Marie C. Fi.annei.lv 

English 




Ethel S. Fletcher 
Vocational Guidance 




Carl F. Gabele 
Mechanical Drawing 




Charles W. Gi.eason 
Biology 




G. Pai line Gordon 
Dressmaking 



Rose A. Daly 
Commercial Branches 



re We Receive 





Dorothea K. Macleod 
Commercial Brunches 




James Murphy 
Ph ysical Education 




Robert K. Murphy 
Biology 




Frederick J. Mirray 

History, Coach 




Mary Neal 
Chemistry 




Francis F.. O'Brien 
Commercial Branches 



The Light and L 




Walter V. O'Brien 
Head of Department 
Mathematics 




Thomas A. Pickett 
Head of Department 
Science 




Mildred C. Pratt 
Dressmaking 




Frank F. Reicheri 
Mechanic Arts 



William F. O'Connor 
Head of Department 
Commercial Branches 




Mary Rki 
English 




Agnes V. Scannei.i. 
Commercial Branches 



Mary F. Sullivan 
Commercial Branches 




ROSLYN CHAPTER 
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 

Thinl Roir: M. Evt-rson. S. Montrone. M.Looney, 
J. MacDonald. A. Sullivan. A. Savage, A. Rucci, 
B. Jones, L. Ciaaullo, P. Yanchuk, B. Wagner, 
M. West. C. D'Amelio. H. Jones. 
Sirond Roir: J. DuFresne, S. Townsend. E. S»\ide. 
K. Johnson. ('. Korb. G. Somes. I. Smith. M. 
Quincy, J. Sullivan. J. O'Leary, C. Cabele. D. 
Hlair. M. O'Malley, E. Welsh. S. Barakat. M. 
Pantano. 1). (iilfeather. 

Front Roir: J. Ballet, M. Goodway, E. Breen. P. 
DeCina. S. Thorns. K. Morrissey. B. Fiore, N. 
Conea. C, Cavanaugh. J. DeCristofaro, E. Snow. 
N. Clarke. A. dePaulis. H. Keskula. 



SENIOR COUNCIL 

Second Roir: Phyllis Jameson. Marilyn Coggio. 
Katherine Doona. Eleanor Johnson. John Cronin. 
Thomas Flanagan. Lawrenee McNeill. Roliert 
Gallo, Shirley Thorns. Nancy Yaninni. Barbara 
F'iore. 

Front Roir: Miss Kelley. Mary Lou Nelligan. 
Joanne Mead. Constance Pagliarulo. Richard 
Toland, Louise Burke. James Hayes, Ann Caruso. 
Miss Pratt. 



KEY CLUB 

Second Roir: Charles Heron. Wilfred Hill. Gregory 
F'lynn. Arthur Brown ell, Mr. O'Connor. John 
O'Leary. Russel Hayes, Richard Toland. Charles 
Anderson. Paul Leon. 

Fro Iti Roir: Roliert LongO, Frank DeVirigilo, Carl 
Gabele, William DeNapoli, Leo Phalen, Donald 
Blair. Stuart Sheldon. Walter Sweeny, Lawrence 
Sweeny. Allen Davison. James Coyne. 



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Labor and Honor 




He Who is Ignorant 




Foreign Languages Knows Not His Own 



SPANISH CLUB 

Fourth Row: C. Wood, J. Walsh, D. King. E. Len- 
Don, I). Khouri, S. Sheldon, J. Pratt, L. Phalen, J. 
Hayes. A. Connelly, B. Ernest, M. Savage. H. 
O'Connell, N. Crowe. 

Third Row: J. Hurley. B. Berg, B. Power. C. Dal- 
ton. C. Clements, M. Byrnes. C. Moore. B. Mae- 
Leon. B. Brauneis, K. Fairbanks. M. McGrath, S. 
Flaherty. H. Johnson, J. Ellis, E. Swide, M. Wag- 
ner, J. Magennis. 

Second Row: B. GaUucci, J. Cornell, M. Leary, 
M. Dungan. D. Connolly. R. Schindler, .1. Daniel- 
son. V. Clans, P. Fallon. .1. Powers. I. Enokian. N. 
Page. B. Jones, N. Hersee. D. Gilfeather, J. Thayer. 
Front Roir: J. Mac Donald. V. Jacobs, S. Townsend, 
E. Snow, A. Curran. (Vice President); E. Johnson 
(President I. Miss Whelan, D. Dowling (Treasurer) 
N. Clarke (Secretary). Patricia McLaughlin. I.. 
Burke. P. Haddad, D. Johnson. 



ITALIAN CLUB 

Third Row: F. DeVirgilio. L. Pagliarulo, A. Bal- 
boni, A. Fiore. N. Pescatorc, A. Coulter, J. Ca- 
taldo. A. Giangrande. 

Second Row: Miss Stavrinos, M. Visconti. M. 
Zirilli. F. Galinetti. I. Pizzano, D. DeNapoli, M. 
Pantano, J. Hallet. F. Mazzarella. 
Front Row: V. Gilford, J. DeCristofaro, B. Braune- 
is, C. Bossi, A. Caruso, F. Iarrobino, N. Conca, G. 
MirabiUi, R. Killoy. 



FRENCH CLUB 

Fourth Row: A. Depaulis, J. DeCristofaro, A. Mal- 
loy, B. Finley, J. Jennings, C. Gabele, P. Foley, S. 
Sheldon, G. Flynn, R. Seawell, J. Lawrence, E. 
Koutalis, W. Lyons, E. Senesi, M. Noonan, J. 
Malouf, J. Cusack, A. Savage, C. Grosse. 
Third Row: L. McNeil. H. Keskula, J. Hallet. N. 
Crowe. G. Somes, L. Moressi, J. Leary, R. Maloney. 
P. Anastatian. J. Whitton. .V. Mannino, B. Lofgren, 
C. Doyle, P. O'Donnell, H. Nay, M. Talanian. D. 
DiNapoli, E. Fellows, R. Berry. 

Second Row: I. Smith. J. Leary, A. Sullivan. J. 
Meade. M. Wagner. N. Clay, E. Swide, B. Fiore, 
I). Grundy. L. Riley, V. Vincent, N. Kelleher, N. 
Day, L. Thibeau, P. McCuire, G. Farrell, D. 
OToole, D. Gilfeather. 

Front Row: R. Falcone. S. Shaw, D. Dresser, M. 
Bitz, J. Conza, P. Fellows, E. Snow. C. Korb. Miss 
Kane. J. Lane, C. D'Amelio, M. Goodway, N. 
Page, C. Dalton, N. Hersee, D. Johnson, M. Dun- 
gan. 




efro noon 




GLEE CLUB 
Fourth Row: K. Johnson, J. Whitten, S. Flaherty, 
J. Fleming, E. Benjamin, L. Wilson, B. Mac Lean, 
P. Panico, L. Trautman, B. Brauneis, J. Freiberg, 
J. Benvie. 

Third Row: H. Riee-i. H. Joseph. J. Ross, I. Ellis, 
J. Bowley, N. Clarke, N. Page, 1). Gray. H. John- 
son, B. Moore, M, Blake, K. Mandigo, I'- Barling. 
Second Row: I). Hunninghacker, V. Clans, J, 
Ballet, M. Goodway, M. Leary, B. Gallucci, L. 
Burke, B. Fiore, L. Bubbard, M. Zaccardo, A. 
Megennis, S. Langer, J, Conza, M. Barnard, V. 
Sullivan. 

Front Row; A. Coulter, A. dePaulia, H. Keskular, 
J. DeCristofaro, G. Swanson, D. Dowling, M. 
Narsiff, J. Cornell. M. Quincy, <■. Somes. L. Reilly, 
J. Lane, K. Snow. A. Caruso, K. Swide. 




ORCHESTRA 

Second Hon-: Mr. Trongone, Helen Joseph, Paul 
Morris, Robert Iovinelli. Warren Morrissey, Wil- 
liam Morrissey. Victor Bonacetti, Elaine Alberto. 
Robert Woolfrey. 

Front Row: Carl Gabele, .lean Freiberg. Barbara 
Fiore. Anabid Sergenian, Sylvia Langer, Emily 
Snow. Albert Momenthy. 



BAND 

Third Row: K. Iovinelli. W. Morrissey. W. Morris- 
sey, Russell Bayes, Thomas McCormack, James 
Coyne. 

Second Row: Sweeney, Robert Godingo, Paul Mor- 
ris, C. Gabele, M. Brooks. P. Duffy, S. Milton. 
Front Row: A. Connolly, (i. Locklin, Wurzel. R. 
Kramer, D, Simm, V. Bonacetto, R. Woolfrey, 

Kenneth Gaye. 



Music is in all growing things 



GLEE CLUB 

We don't like to sound conceited, hut we 
really are very smug about our glee club. They 
all sing vvitli talent and enthusiasm, they are 
beautifully trained . . . and, what's more, they 
look so pretty when they perform in public! It 
is always a treat to see and hear them at Christ- 
mas, and of course they have an important spot 
on every graduation program. 

Mr. Michael Fainiglietti as usual trained 
the glee club this year to their high standard of 
polish. The officers for the year are Helen 
Keskula, President; Ann dePaulis, Vice- 
President; and Josephine DeCristofaro, 
Secretary-Treasurer. 

We almost forgot to mention the (dee 
Club's annual appearance at the West Roxbury 
Veterans' Hospital. We know they are a real 
bright spot in the Christmas celebration for the 
veterans. 





ORCHESTRA 

The orchestra is a tradition in the Roslindale 
High School, for the Parkway district has always 
been the home of many fine musicians. Of 
recent years the membership has perhaps not 
been so large, because, unfortunately, not so 
many people learn instruments in these days of 
mechanically-provided automatic entertain- 
ment. But we are lucky that we still have an 
orchestra, for in many schools there is no longer 
any school orchestra. Mr. Joseph A. Trongone, 
the director, gives the members a really valuable 
background in music. 

Of course the orchestra perforins at almost 
all school assemblies, at Home and School Associ- 
ation meetings, and at Graduation. We couldn'1 
get along without it! 



BAND 

The Roslindale High School band has been 
a consistent winner, over the years, of prizes in 
the annual schoolboy parade. Another of our 
musical organizations of which we are proud, the 
band has been supplemented this year with 
extra drummers from the drum corps, which is 
no longer in existence. We really should have 
rhythm! 

The officers this year are the following: 
Captain, Arthur Brownell; First Lieutenants, 
James Coyne, Richard Dawson, Carl Gabele, 
Anthony Benedetti; Second Lieutenants, 
Anthony Arcaro, Ronald Kramer, Warren 
Morrissey, William Morrissey, and Paul Leon. 
We look forward with great confidence this year 
to bringing home a flag from the parade. 





There Are Countless Stories Told 



TATTLER LITERARY and ART STAFF 
and SECRETARIES 

Third Row: Marilyn Hartnett, Valeric Jacobs, 
Wilma Lyons, Mona Rothfuchas, Paula Fellows, 
Dorothy Beattic, Madelyn Allen, Gail Somes. 
Second Hoir: Anna Savage, Alice Sullivan, -I <;i n - 
elte Pace, Henry Buccigross, Dorothy Gunther, 
Shirley Townsend, Barbara Ashjian, Lawrence 
Sweeney, Constance Sutton, Muriel For an, Jean 
MacDonald. 

Fron Row: Constance Hogan, Lawrence Nannory, 
Judith Hallet, Emily Snow, Carl Gabele, Martha 
Goodway (editor-in-chief), Richard Toland, 
Josephine DeCristofaro, Cynthia Korb. Barbara 
Fiore, ( llaire Giampapa. 



TATTLER REPRESENTATIVES 

Third Rom: James Hurley, Carl Wurzel, Frank 
Foley, David Berry, John O'Leary, James Hoey, 
Walter Decot. 

Second Run-: Julia D'Entremont, Janet Bowler, 
Barbara Gallucci, Helen Pfund. Barbara Finley, 
Valerie Jacobs. Wilma Cerruti, Norma Pescatore, 
Dolores Lee. 

Front Ron- : Marjorie West, Vita Sullivan. Marilyn 
MacKinnon, Ann McLaughlin, Ger.aldine Salvin. 
Miss Daly, Isabel Fnokian, Carl Pearson, JoAnn 
Lane, Betty Buonagurio, Rita Petitto. 



TATTLER BUSINESS STAFF 

Third Row: Eileen Donohue, Mona Rothfuchs, 
(ieraldine Salvin, Doris Fehrmann. Roy Chase. 
Charles Heron. Carol Nash, JoAnn Lane. {Catherine 
Doona. Lorraine Aker. 

Second Row: Barbara Gallucci, Marion Levy. 
Nancy Vannini, Carol Vannini, Bianca Berg, 
Madelyn Allen. Mary Bell. Dorothy Beattic. Mary 
Foley, Jeannette Pace. 

Front Ron-: Marie Neagle, Natalie Walsh, Barbara 
Ashjian, Constance Sutton. Miss Daly, Isabel 
Fnokian. Ann Caruso. Joanna Cornell, Joan Daniel- 
son. 





YEARBOOK STAFF 

Second Rinr: Donald Blair, Nancy Clarke, Martha 
Goodway, Ann dePaulis, Ric hard Toland, Joseph- 
ine DeCristofaro, Nancy Conca, Shirley Townsend, 
Lawrence McNeill. 

Front Hmr: Ann Caruso, Kmily Snow. .lames 
Magennis, Barbara Eiore. Louise Burke, Loretta 
Norton. Margaret Leary. 



YEARBOOK SECRETARIES 

Second Kmc: Natalie Walsh. Barbara McNeil, 
Barbara Asjian, Constance Sutton. .loan Welsh. 
Susan Weisenberg, Catherine Sullivan. 
Front Hmr: Doris Hunninghacker, Shirley Baraket, 
Lila Saba. 



YEARBOOK BUSINESS STAFF 

Second Rote: Nancy Clay, Shirley Thorns, Joan 
Danielson. Susan WeisenbcrR. Hianca Here, Doris 
Fehrmann, Mary Hell. William De Napoli, Marie 
Pantano, (lail Somes. Marie Xaglr. Emily Snow 
Front Hmr: Yerna Clans, (lail Swanson. Nancy Van- 
nini. Edward Lennon, Miss Daly. Joanna Cornell. 
Phyllis Jameson, Constance Pagliarulo, Ann Caruso. 



A Good Book is the Best of Friends 



The Yearbook 

Being one of the brightest classes to pass through the halls of 
Roslindale, the Class of 1952 has without question produced the out- 
standing publication of our times . . . the Year Book for 1952. 

After electing Barbara Fiore to be Editor-in-Chief, and Louise 
Burke, James Magennis, and Emily Snow as Associate Editors, the 
literary staff of the Year Book, under the guidance of Miss Mary Reid, set 
about and accomplished the seemingly impossible task of assembling our 
year book, one which was designed to stand out above all previous publi- 
cations, however meritorious. 

That this feat was accomplished was due in great part to the 
efficient work of the secretaries, who read almost unreadable handwriting 
with amazing accuracy and speed. We shudder to think of having to 
meet deadlines without the help of this remarkably efficient group. 

We doff our hats too, to Business Manager Robert Sullivan 
and to the advertising staff, who, under the direction of Miss Rose A. 
Daly, made persistent efforts . . . successful, we are happy to add . . . 
to soften the blow to our wallets and put the Year Book within financial 
reach of all poor seniors. 

What with deadlines to meet, elusive seniors to snare, ad 
prospects to follow up, the staff members worked day and night to pro- 
duce our Year Book, to all of us a priceless memento of our high school 
days. 



Same Today and ¥ or ever 



ict and Serve the Future Hour 



CADET OFFICERS 

Second Row: Patrick Foley. Robert Sullivan. Otto 
Shulz, Francis Durham. 

Front Row: James Pratt, Robert Francis, James 
Carmichael, Leo Phalen, Bernard Dolierty. 



JUNIOR RED CROSS REPRESENTATIVES 

Third Row: Joseph Loiacono. Joan Dolierty. Milo 
Curtis, Beverly Brauneis, Thomas McCormack, 
Jean Walsh. Herman Taube, Albert Momenthy. 
Second Row: Pauline Sucaras, Anne Dervin, Mar- 
jorie Recks, Jean Colebourne. Barbara Chase, 
Estelle Kotoul, Eleanor Phinney, Jean Kinginan, 
Jean Frieburg, Ann Criaofulli. 

Front Row: Mary Martin. Margaret Colbert, 
Claire Foly, Judith Hallet, Miss Stavrinos, Charles 
Heron, Carol Moore, Barbara Jones. Vigrinia 
Vincent. 



DEBATINC CLUB 

Third Row: Alice Curran, George Wilson. President; 
Charles Heron, Donald Wagner. Wallace Piecule- 
wicz, Gordon Dolbeare, Carol Nash. 
Second Row: Ann Caruso, Virginia Vincent, Connie 
Sutton, Barbara Gallucci, Joanne Lane, Geraldine 
Salvin, Francis Hannon. Shirley Townsend, Nancy 
Clarke, Secretary; Patricia Fallon, Shirley Thorns, 
Vice President; Margaret Leary. 
Front Rote: F.linor Swide, Isobel Smith. Dorothy 
Grundy, Carolyn Crosse, Emily Snow. Cynthia 
Korb, Paula Fellows. Carmella D'Amelio, Mary 
Mitzcauitch, Joan Danielson, Dolores Dow ling. 














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FOOTBALL TEAM 

Third Row: Mr. Murphy. P. Leon, R. Jennings, 
Gorman, \V. Driscoll, K. Hoey, I). Gray, N. Lind, 
(i. Sullivan. H. I. instead. J. Cronin, Mr. Murray. 
Second Row: T. Flanagan, R. Skinner, P. Berry, 
W. Burke, J. Coyne, P. West, F. Iarrabino, P. 
Martus, E. Broderick. 

Front Row: R. Glynn, J. Hoey. R. Sullivan. R. 
Francis, R. Wilson, G. Brown. R. Duffy, C. Gillis. 



CHEERLEADERS 

Sir,, nd How: Frances Hannon, Shirley Townsend, 
Dorothy Gray, Aliee Sullivan, Constance Sutton. 
Front How: Dolores Dowling, Ann Schmidt, Kay 
Morrissey, Maureen Byrnes, Co-Capt.; Barbara 
Gallucci, Co-Capt.; Mary I.. Nelligan. 



trac:k 

Third Row: A. Momenthy, E. Rogers, C. Shumila 

li. Clark. R. Sullivan. '1'. McConniek. P. Duffy, 
(i. Pieree, E. Broderick, R. Donnelly, 1.. Phalen, 
c. Kriin. .1. Connolley. 

Second Run: Mr. Murray, G. Kharibean, R. Ho- 
gan, C. Smigliani, R. Gello, R. Taube, W. Franco- 
eur, F. Sweeney. W. Peppi, .1. Magennis, D. Lane, 
W. Pieculeviez, R. Chase. 

Front Row. G. Wilson, R. Sullivan, G. Flynn, H. 
Nilan, H. Cogliano, 3. Finneran, P. Sullivan, E, 
Lennon, R. Sullivan, E. Hueman. 



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the Game Beyond the Prize 





and Play the Game 



BASKETBALL TEAM 

Third Ron : Sweeney, ('. Anderson, E. Broderick, 
R. Nannery. W. Mc Kendrey. 

Second Row: S. Sheldon, J. Murphy, W. Burke, 
J. Holmes, F. Hoey, F. Durham, P. Hurley. 
Front Rots: R. Skinner. J. O'Neal, R. West, R. 
Francis. T. Flanagan, P. Lombard, I>. Kliouri. A. 
Browne]!. 



HOCKEY TEAM 

Second Roir: J. Coyne, (\ Gabele, P. Anderson, M. 
Andrews, W. Morrissey, P. McDonald, E. Hogan. 
Front Ron-: W. MacAwley, G. Lucy, B. Doherty, 
C. Monroe, J. Carmichael, E. Anderson, A. David- 
son. 



BASEBALL 

Second flow: Mr. Murray, Richard Conley, Paul 
Martus, Robert Cogliano. Bert Green, Bob Beatty, 
George Flynn. 

Front Roir: Paul Lombard, Jake (ronin. Bill 
Morrissey. Dick Dawson. Jim Pratt, Dick Skinner. 
John Finneran 





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BOWLING 

Third Row: I). Bunninghacker, M. McNeil, V. 
Clans, P. Cuminings, ('. Nash, (». Salvin, M. 
Rovaird, C Mueller, S. Nelson, N. Conca, A. 
Duggin, C. Ulrich, It. Bounaugurio, (i. Bufnagle, 
S. Barakat, H. Pergolizzi, M. Goggio. 
Second Row: N. Clay, V. Vincent, A. Davis, V. 
Curreri, S. Townsend, t». Somes, It. Gallucci, M. 
Leary, L. Ciaaullo, C. Bogan, B. McNeill, M . 
Keenan, 1'. Doyly, M, Narsiff, M. Grosse, L. Saba. 
Front Row: L. Deimer, L. Donovan, It. Ashjian, 
C. Sutton. S. Weiaenburg, J. Danielson, H. Menno, 
M. Mitzcavitch, H. Petite, S. Callahan, D. Haddad, 
3. Meade, D, Dowling, M. Doherty, J. Doherty. 



SWIMMING 



Margaret Mahoney, 
Salvin, Mary Bell. 



Second Row: Judith Ballet, 
Eleanor Johnson, Geraldine 
Barbara McNeill. 

Front Row: Joanne Meade, Lorraine Aker, Mary 
White, Gail Somes, Isabel Smith, Barbara Ashjian, 
Shirley Townsend. 




Best and Bright 




st of the Day 




IN MEMORIAM 

Two members of the Class of 1952 




Died March 15, 1951 



LORRAINE M. AKER 

18(i Roslindale Ave, Roslindale 
Laurie has one very laudable 
ambition ... to be happy . . . 
Work ahead For her . . . With 
her experience and efficient 
ways she is sure to have the 
kind of success that she wants. 
Yiar Book Business Staff 1. 
Tattler Business Staff I ; Swim- 
ming 1 ; Bou I in// I . 



JAMES C. ALLEN 

'26 Grandall St., Roslindale 
Jim likes to participate in all 
sports . . . His favorites are 
baseball and golf . . . Hopes to 
become an engineer or a geo- 
logist. He plans to start his 
training at either B. ('. or 
Northeastern. 
J. B. ('. Be present at ire I. 



MADELYN Y. ALLEN 

Wenham St., Jamaica Plain 
Al participates in so many sports 
. . . swimming, bowling, badmin- 
ton, Softball . . . but prefers 
to just watch football. Some 
lucky employer is going to get 
one whale of a fine secretary. 
Merit List -1 ; Year Bank Business 
Staff 1; Tattler Secretary I; 
Debating Club 1 ;French Assem- 
bly I : Basketball 1 ; Softball t ; 
Bowling 1 ; Badminton 1. 



CHARLES S. ANDERSON 

-281 Park St., West Roxbury 
Chucks favorite pastime, be- 
sides bowling, is wearing flashy 
shirts and ties . . . havorite 
sport is football. To be a 
chemical engineer is his am- 
bition. He plans to study at 
Northeastern. 

Home and School Representative 
1; Basketball >; Key Club I. 



PETER F. ANDERSON 

35 Walter St., Roslindale 
Pete is a quiet sort of fellow but 
friendly and agreeable. Much 
of his free time is spetit with a 
golf club. He is headed for an 
engineering career — a worthy 
ambition. 

Merit List 1; Cadet Officer 1; 
Hockey 1. 




ANTHONY F. ARCARO 

38 Averton St., Roslindale 
Tony — the fellow with the 
friendly "Hi ya" for everyone 
always the center of constant 
fun! If not claimed by Uncle 
Sam, his sunny disposition will 
bring success as an engineer, 
don't you agree? 

Band I; Drum Corps '. ; loot- 
ball 2. 



BARBARA J. ARMINGTON 

■25 Chesbrough Rd., W. Roxbury 
(iood-nat ured Barb, who enjoys 
skating and sports as much as 
she dislikes wearing gym bloom- 
ers, will certainly make a good 
nurse. She could cure any 
patient with her wit and friend- 
liness. 

Tattler Business Staff: Sw4 m mint/; 
Tennis; lion ling. 

BARBARA J. ASHJIAN 

334 Corey St., West Roxbury 
Barbie's pleasant personality 
attracts everyone . . . Enjoys 
swimming and South American 
music. Like many girls, her 
favorite sport is bowling . . . 
Hopes to become a surgical 
nurse. 

Honor Boll 1; Merit List 1: 
Year Bool: Secretary 1 ; Tattler 
Secretary I; Tattler Business 
Staff 1; French Club 2, Secre- 
tary 1; Debating Club l; 
J. R. C. Representative 1; 
Tattler Representative 1; Athle- 
tic Association Representative 
1; French Assembly Radio 
Broadcast 2 ;Bowling 3, Captain 
2; Badminton I . 

SHIRLEY A. BARAKAT 

-25 Cedrus Avenue, Roslindale 
Shirley, a girl with lots of pep 
and vitality, has a mischievous 
twinkle in her eyes. She loves 
to da nee and collect records. \\ e 
know she'll be an asset to any 
business office. 

Roslyn Chapter, A*. //. S. 8; 
Honor roll 2; Merit List 1; 
Year Booh Secretary 1 ; Tattler 
Business Staff 1 ;' J, R. C. 
Representative 1 ; Radio Broad- 
cast I; Softball; Swimming 1; 
Bowling •>', Captain 1; Bad- 
minton '. 



JOAN M. BARTLEY 

13-2 DeForest Street, Roslindale 
Joan, who plans a career as a 
dental assistant, has been pre- 
paring herself for the future by 
working part time with a local 
dentist. Might we add, she's a 
pleasant addition to any office. 
Merit List 1; Tattler Repre- 
sentative J ; Golf J. 



DOROTHY B. BE ATT IE 

28 Wenham St., Forest Hills 
A smile for everyone — that's 
Dottie, who enjoys sports during 
her spare time. She'll he ;it 
school next year studying to be 
a dental assistant. We wish her 
a happy and successful future. 
Year Book Staff; Tattler Staff; 
Tattler Business Staff; Tattler 
Secretary; Home and School 
Representative Softball .'; 
Hi). 1 1 1 mi ; HaA minton. 



MARY L. BELL 

10 Tappan Street, Roslindale 
A horn swimmer — we may see 
Mary's name take its place on 
the list of those who have con- 
quered the great English Chanel, 
bitting her talents, she plans 
to he a gym teacher. 
Tattler Business Staff; Basketball; 

Softball 2;Field Hockey ; Swim- 
ming I ; Badminton S. 



ANTHONY J. BENEDETTI 

-2H Taft Hill Ter., Roslindale 
Benny's friendly and winning 
manner won him many friends. 
He's a serious football enthu- 
siast. In his early years in this 
school he showed his talents as 
Rossie's best bugler. 



BIANCA B. BERG 

7:i7 LaGrange St., W. Roxbury 
A spontaneous smile and a 
friendly greeting are lilt's trade- 
marks. Lively, energetic, always 
willing to cooperate, you can he 
sure many a patient will feel 
better just looking at her! 

Tattler Business Staff; French 
Club; Spanish Club !; Home 
and School Representative ; 
French Assembl y ; Radio Rroad- 
Ca.it; Softball .' ; Swimming; 
Bowling .'; Captain l; Bad- 
iii inton. 



RALPH E. BERRY 

!) Sherwood St., Roslindale 
Everyone's buddy, Becky is 
quiet, cheerful, and a real hard- 
working asset to the class. 
Isn't it true that his black curly 
hair will go well with the Naval 
Officer's Blue? 

Merit List; Cadet Officer ; French 
Club >; French Assembly J; 
Basketball .' ; f ootball .' ; Rase- 
ball -1. 




DONALD G. BLAIR 

7 Woodbourne Rd., Jam. Plain 
Don ... a very agreeable fellow, 
always willing to pitch in and 
give a helping hand . . . favorite 
sport is hockey . . . You're 
hound to succeed with your 
electrical engineering at North- 
eastern. 

Roslyn Chapter. X. H. S. >; 

Honor Roll; Merit List J; 

Year Rook Staff; J.R.C. Rep- 
resentative; Basketball Man- 
ager; Harvard Rook Prize; 

Key Club •>', /'resident I; 

Mass. Roys' State. 



JUNE E. BOATES 

(is Aldrich St., Roslindale 
Quiet? Yes, but those who 
know her have discovered that a 
lot of pep is hidden under that 
quiet manner. June has her 
share of humor. 
Rail in into n. 



MARIE F. BOVAIRD 

H Yershire St., West Roxbury 
Quiet, but oh so nice — always 
ready with her friendly smile 
and good word. Tall boys 
dating short girls just shouldn't 
be allowed in Marie's opinion. 
Her goal — nursing. 
French Club; French Assembly ; 
Field Hockey; Tennis; Bowl- 
ing; Badminton. 



ETHEL M. BREEN 

64 W'hitford St., Roslindale 
Ethics sparkling wit and vi- 
tality have brightened many a 
classroom. Combine Ethics 
quick mind with her common 
sense and there you have the 
formula for success in the ac- 
count ing world. 

Rosy/ y ii Chapter, N.H.S.. ; 

Honor Roll; Merit List; French 
Asse m bly ; Te n n is . 



CATHERINE M. BRENNAN 

5 Cherry Rd. West Roxbury 
Kay has a charming wil and 
lively spirit which she reveals 
when knocking down those 
bowling pins. With her friend- 
liness anil real ability, she'll 
make a valuable office worker. 
Merit List; Badminton. 



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JAMES R. BROOKS 

48 Chesbrough Rd., W. Roxbury 
Jim enjoys roller skating and 
swimming. He has played in 
our band for three years. His 
ambition is to become a technical 
draftsman . . . Plans to attend 
drafting school. 
Band i; Science award. 



ARTHUR BROWNELL 

144 Newburg St., Roslindale 
Art, whose bright ties always 
match is disposition, has the 
distinction of being the tallest 
member of the class. Quite a 
swimmer, too — Art's been a 
lifeguard for the last three 
summers. 

Hand; Drum corps 2; Lieutenant ; 
Tattler Representative; French 
Assembly J; Basketball 3; 
Football; Baseball -1 ; Key Club 
■J. 

Elizabeth R. Buonaugurio 

41 Hasile St., Roslindale 
Betty's love for fun and genuine 
friendliness have made her top 
favorite at Rossie. In realizing 
her ambition to be a good book- 
keeper, her good nature is a 
valuable asset. 

Y ear Book Business Staff; Tattler 

Business Staff; J. B.C. Repre- 
sentative; Tattler Represent- 
ative; Variety Shoir; Basket- 
ball 3; Softball 2; Field Hockey; 
Swimming '; Tennis >; Boul- 
iny 1 ; Badminton ■{. 

LOUISE M. BURKE 

21 Firth Road, Roslindale 
She's tops from A to Z!l! Louise, 
our versatile secretary, will 
always be remembered for her 
friendliness, sincerity, and 
sparkling personality . She hopes 
to fulfill her life-long desire to 
be an elementary school teacher. 
Class Secretary ; Senior Council; 
Year Book Staff, Associate 
Editor; Glee Club J; French 
Club; Spanish Club 2; Tattler 
Representative; French As- 
sembly; Variety Show; Softball; 
Bowling. 



PATRICIA A. BURLONE 

137 Poplar St., Roslindale 
Pat is the gal with the Mopsy 
hair cut, but on her it looks 
good. She plans to attend 
Willford's Academy. Enjoys 
dancing, bowling, and summer 
vacations. Ambition . . . hair- 
dresser. 
Bon liny 1. 




MAUREEN A. BYRNES 

1057 Washington St., Roslindale 
Mo is the girl with the bright 
smile and contagious laugh. 
Her good grooming, pleasing 
manner, and versatility have 
made her one of our favorites. 
A wonderful gal, we wish 
Burnsie success, always. 
Merit List 1; French Club 1; 
Spanish Club I; French As- 
sembly 1; Variety Show 1; 
Cheerleader 8, Captain 1 ; Soft- 
ball .' ; Tennis I ; Bou liny 



SHIRLEY J. CALLAGHAN 

-24 Walk Hill St., Roslindale 
Quiet and petite with a sweet 
disposition, Shirley enjoys play- 
ing the piano as well as dancing, 
Bowling is her favorite sport. 
She will be an asset to some 
luckv office. 



JAMES CARMICHAEL 

114 Cornell St., Roslindale 
Jim, a real good guy and an 
even better athlete — captained 
the hockey team in his Senior 
year and made a great deal of 
friends in his 3 years at Rossie. 
Cadet Ifficer 1; Variety Show 1; 

Football ■',; Hockey i; Captain 

1. 



DAVID I CARSON 

•■27 Primrose St., Roslindale 
Although we nevei got to know 
Dave too well, t he little we knew 
of him we liked! Best of luck, 
Dave, whatever your goal in life 
may be. 



ANN J. CARUSO 

1581A Centre St., Roslindale 
Ann is a tidy little package of 
friendliness, sincerity, charm, 
and wit. Her vitality is bound- 
less and she has certainly mad.' a 
hit with us. Next year, her 
talents will concentrate upon 
nursing at Boston College, 
Merit List 2; Senior Council 1; 
1 ear Book Cusiness Staff 
Year Book Literary Staff 1; 
Tattler Business Staff 1 ; Trans- 
script Reporter 1 ; Glee Club 
French Club 8; Italian Club J. 
President 1; Debating Club I; 
French Assembly 2; Variety 
Show I; Bowling 1; Softball t; 



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Catherine M. Cavanaugh 

103 Colberg Ave., Roslindale 
Cathy, whose charming face 
matches her personality, likes 
all sports, especially horseback 
riding. We'd all love having 
Cathy as our secretary, hut 
for some reason she prefers the 
Federal Government. 
Host i/it Chapter, N.H.S., 2; 

Honor Roll; Merit List .'; 

Year Bool; Business Staff; 

I 'ariety Show. 



ROY S. CHASE 

61 Montvale St., Roslindale 
Roy goes in for track in a big 
way, and he's done a fine job of 
reporting it for the Transcript. 
Quiet and friendly, Roy wants 
to go into television work after 
graduation. 

Year Hook Business Staff; Tattler 
Business Staff; Transcript Re- 
porter; Cadet Officer; Rand; 
French Club 2; Track ■!, 
Manager 1. 



RICHARD J. CHRISTOPHER 

15 Ardent St., Roslindale 
Chris, who has been a drummer 
for two years, is a genius at 
fixing radios. Baseball is his 
favorite sport, and avoiding 
homework his pastime. Plans 
to attend college next year. 
Dru in ( 'orps 2. 



JOANN D. CI AM PA 

57 Hewlett St., Roslindale 
Jo's sympathy and interest in 
other people have won her many 
friends at Rossie. With these 
qualities and her willingness 
to work, we know that she'll 
make an excellent nurse. 
Year Rook Rusiness Staff; Field 
Hockey; 'Tennis ; Bowling ; Bad- 
minton. 



LILLIAN M. CIASULLO 

1 1 Kittredge St., Roslindale 
Lill, good natured, pleasant, 
and friendly, is tops both 
scholastically and personally. 
With this unbeatable combina- 
tion she'll be a sure success in 
t he business world. 
Roslyn Chapter, N.H.S., >; 
Honor Roll .'; Merit I. ist 2; 
Basketball .'; Bowling; Badmin- 
ton. 




BRADLEY CLARK 

209 Park St. West Roxbury 
Rrad is the boy with the friendly 
greeting for everyone. He 
always has time to stop and 
talk. Next year he'll be jump- 
ing out of airplanes — as a 
paratrooper, that is. 
Hand. 



NANCY E. CLARKE 

•23 Crehore Rd., West Roxbury 
Effervescent Nancy is the girl 
with the smile, the style, and 
the wonderful personality! To 
know her is to like her, and we've 
done both! She'll launch that 
fashion career at Simmons' 
College! 

Roslyn Chapter, N.H.S.; Honor 
Roll 1; Merit list 2: Year 
Rook Staff; Glee Club J; French 
Club; French Assembly; Span- 
ish Club J, Secretary; Spanish 
Assembly; Debating Club ', 
Secretary Coif 1. 

VERNA F. CLAUS 

54 Baker St., West Roxbury 
Yern is a gal who just doesn't 
have anything bad to say about 
anybody and vice-versa. She 
enjoys dancing, roller skating 
and bowling. What a nurse 
she'll be! 

Honor Roll; Merit List J; Glee 
Club 3; Spanish Club; Home 
and School Representative; 
Radio Broadcast; Bowling. 



NANCY A. CLAY 
17 Cerdan Ave., West Roxbury 
Quiet, pleasant, with a pleasing 
disposition toward all — Nancy 
derives her pleasure from swim- 
ming and listening to the radio. 
With her keen intelligence we 
know she'll be a success in 
college. 

Honor Roll; Merit List; French 
( 'I lib; Ron liny J. 



MARILYN E. COCGIO 

<) Oriole St.. West Roxbury 
Mai just loves dancing and she's 
quite a bowling fan too. Her 
ambition is Boston Clerical 
and with all the personality that 
gal's got we know she'll be a 
great secretary. 

Merit List ■!; Senior Council; 
Tattler Representative; Radio 
Broadcast; Bowling 3. 



LOUIS J. COGLIANO 

1 1 Wylvern St., Roslindale 
Louis has been keeping his 
talents a secret. He is a good 
harmonica and guitar player. 
1 1 is favorite sports are hockey 
and baseball. To be a con- 
t raet or is his ambition. 

I till I (I II Clllll. 



JEAN K. COLEBOURNE 

35 Ardale St., Roslindale 
With Jeanne's cute little laugh 
and perseverance she is hound 
to be a big success at her secre- 
tarial work in the Naval Depart- 
ment. Washington, D.C., get 
ready! 

J.R.C. Representative; Bowling. 



NANCY J. CONCA 
10 Welles Park, Roslindale 
Nancy's a girl with a serene 
disposition and sweet smile who 
combines her varied interests 
with a huge amount of ambition. 
She plans to be a secretary next 
year and attend B.U. night 
school. 

Rosylyn Chapter, N.H.S. 2, 
Secretary; Honor Roll 3; Yeur 
Book Staff; Transcript Re- 
porter; French Club; Italian 
Club;French Assembly; Tennis; 
Bowling 3. 

ARTHUR T. CONNOLLY 

54 Lasell St., West Roxbury 
Archie is that dynamic little 
fellow, who suffers slightly from 
his pet peeve — school. He 
spends most of his spare time 
trying to break par. Good luck 
Art, we'll miss your good nature. 
Band 2; Spanish Club. 




ROBERT A. CONSALVI 

-281 Beech St., Roslindale 
Bob's a happy-go-lucky type of 
fellow whose humor, innocent 
pranks and infectious grin have 
the morale of all his classes high. 
We'll miss this future bluejacket. 
Good luck, Admiral! 




EDWARD F. COPPINGER 

157 Theodore Parker Rd. 

West Roxbury 
Cop is lively, energetic, and 
always full of fun. Football is 
his favorite sport. He's bound 
for the I*. S. Slarine.s. We wish 
him lots of luck in his new 
career. 

Cadet Officer; Football. 



FRANCIS X. COPPINGER 

157 Theodore Parker Rd. 
West Roxbury 
Frankit — quiet, friendly, subtle 
sense of humor! A football 
fiend! We expect to see some 
mighty fine figures in those 
accounting books after he gradu- 
ates from college. 
Spanish Club 2. 



JOANNA G. CORNELL 

6 Conway St., Roslindale 
Jo, a regular outdoor girl, loves 
horse-back riding and country 
life. She is a cute little bundle 
of vitality with lots of friends. 
Her ambition — nursing. We 
know she'll be a success. 
Honor Roll; Merit List .'; Year 

Booh Business Staff; Tattler 

Business Staff; Glee Club 2; 

Spanish Club 2; Debating 

Club. 



JOHN W. COTTER 

4070 Washington St., Roslindale 
Don is that good-looking fellow 
who is the owner of that pleasant 
and agreeable disposition. Of 
his many sports football is his 
favorite. Ambition? We have 
a little variety . . . He wants to 
be a doctor. 

Football ; Baseball ; Track. 



ALTA G. COULTER 

51 Hillock St., Roslindale 
Rossie's Nightingale! Alta has 
put musical charm in so many of 
our assemblies. Her quiet smile, 
friendly personality, and calm 
poise make her a sure success as 
a singer. 

Honor Roll; Merit List; die, 
Club Italian Club 2; J.R.C. 
Representative ; Spanish As- 
sembly; Variety Show; Radio 
Broadcast 2; Tennis. 



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GERTRUDE H. COX 

51 Manthorne Rd., W. Roxbury 
Trudy . . . don't you dare call 
her Gert . . . expects to be 
working and going to night 
school to be ;i secretary in the 
F.B.I. She has made n any 
friends with her delightful smile. 
Merit List; French Club; French 
. [ssembly ; Bowling. 



JAMES F. COYNE 

12 Hadwin Way, Roslindale 
Here's a young man with a horn! 
(Trombone, that is) Never a 
dull moment while Jim's around 
with his wit and humor! From 
football to musi( — the Air Force 
should enjoy his versatility! 
Transcript Re porter ; Cadet Of- 
ficer; Glee ( tub; Orchestra, 2; 
Hand .1; J.li.C. Representative ; 
Athletic Association Repre- 
sentative -i ; Spanish Assembly ; 
Variety Show; Football .' ; 
Hockey. 



JOHN F. CRONIN 

52 Tyndale St., Roslindale 
For he is a jolly good fellow! 
A marvelous disposition, smiling 
blue eyes, friendliness plus, and 
a nonchalant aim . . . these 
characterize Jack. An all-round 
favorite, we'd back him for 
anything. 

Senior Council; Transcript Re- 
porter; Spanish Club; Football, 
Manager ; Baseball, 



NANCY B. CROWE 
218 South St., Jamaica Plain 
Nancy thinks sailing and swim- 
ming arc just grand. She also 
enjoys reading and being with 
friends. Willi her red hair, 
sincerity, and good grades we're 
positive she'll sail right through 
college, 

Honor Roll; Merit List; French 
Club .'; Spanish Club. 



VIRGINIA B. CULLEN 

(i Shrewsbury Road, Roslindale 
Ginny's a good natured gal with 
flaming red hair and a jolly 
personality. She's also Presidenl 
.if the H:.)!)i{, o'clock club. Can 
you imagine her as a first grade 
teacher? 

Glee Club 1 ; Home ami School 
Representative; Bowling. 





KEVIN B. CULLINANE 

850 Canterbury St., Roslindale 
The quiet redhead — except when 
he's laughing or playing hockey 
— likes the sea. Red worked on 
a fishing schooner last year . . . 
Next year he'll be sailing with 
the (Oast Guard. 
Hand ; Drum Corps .' ; Football .' ; 
Hockey 3. 



PHYLLIS R. CUM MINGS 

18.5 Russett Rd., West Roxbury 
Phyl, who loves all sports, 
especially swimming, has another 
great love or we should say 
ambition ... to fly her own 
plane. In the meantime she'll 
settle for being a W.A.F. 
Swimming; Bowling -I; Badmin- 
ton 2. 



ALICE M. CURRAN 

•iX Catherine St., Roslindale 
Al . . . nonchalant, witty, full of 
fun, has a wonderful disposi- 
tion . . . she's a personality 
long remembered by all. She 
will cheer many patients, as she 
has us, with her winning ways. 
French Club .', Vice President; 
Debating Club; Spanish As- 
sembly; Variety Show; Basket- 
ball ; Softball ; Badminton. 



FLORENCE P. CURRERI 

57 Child St., Jamaica Plain 
Flo has made friends easily by 
her cheerfulness and willingness 
to heli). Although she seems 
quiet, we who know her will 
Vouch for the fact that she is a 
t rue friend. 
Honor Roll. 



JOAN E. DANIELSON 

7!) Walworth St., Roslindale 

As a baby sitter Joan has been 
showing children w ho's boss for 
seven years. Her quiet ami 
reserved manner, along with 
her experience in child care, 
will help her to be a gooil sixth 
grade teacher. 

Tattler Business Staff; Spanish 
Club; Debating Club; Badmin- 
ton. 



AUDREY C. DAVIS 

51 Woodlawn St., Jainaicii I'lain 
Quiet and reserved some of the 
time, but, oh! the rest of the 
time! That's our Audrey. She's 
a regular all-round girl and we 
know she'll be a successful 
office worker. 
Swimming, 1; Bowling, I. 



RICHARD J. DAWSON 

Hi Chisholm Road, Roslindale 
Dick is another wit of this 
graduating class. Baseball is 
his favorite sport and pastime 
. . . He wouldn't mind making 
a profession out of it. Hopes 
to attend college . . . Always 
ready with a cheery greeting. 
Band ■>'; Baseball ■!; Hockey ■>. 



PATRICIA DECINA 

1!) Mount Hope St., Roslindale 
We all saw plenty of Pat in the 
lunchroom, and office, helping 
out. She is an excellent book- 
keeper and plans have been 
made on that score. Looks like 
another rosy future. 
Roslyn Chapter, N.H.S. 2; 
Honor Roll 2; Merit List S. 



WALTER R. DECOT 

349 Baker St., West Roxbury 
Buddy . . . the natural comedian 
with the warm and friendly 
smile . . . known and liked by 
all . . . enjoys swimming 
baseball particularly. 
Navy's going to have 
asset in the "Deke." 
Cadet Officer 1; Tattler 
sentative 1 ; Baseball J. 



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Josephine T. DeCristofaro 

50-2 Beech St., Roslindale 
Jo has a quiet smile and really 
winning ways . . . she's a real 
lady . . . No wonder everybody 
likes her. She has many 
talents, but oh how she sews! 
Don't call her Phina. Her aim 
... a medical secretary. 
Roslyn Chapter, N'.H.S. >; 
Honor Roll .1 ; Year Rook Staff 
1; Tattler Staff 2; Glee Club 3; 
Sir ret ary- Treasurer ; French 

Club.' ; Italian ClubS ; Program 
Debating Club 1; French Com- 
mittee Assembly 1. 




PATRICK F. DELANEY 

■i.~> Woodlawn St., Jamaica I'lain 
Not a care in the world, that's 
Pat, except on the football 
field. He's as handsome as a 
new dollar bill and just as nice 
to have around. 



WILLIAM DE NAPOLI 

7 Conway St., Roslindale 
Sonny — the Key Club will sure 
miss their right hand man next 
year — Sincere, and helpful, he'll 
make a top notch air craft 
mechanic Good luck, Sonny! 
Year Rook Business Staff 1; 
Cadet Officer 1; Italian Club 2; 
J.R.C. Representative 1 : Tattler 
Representative 2; Home anil 
School Rep. 1; Variety Show 1; 
Key Club ■{ ; Treasurer 1. 

ANN M. DE PAULIS 

5 Doncaster St., Roslindale 
Why do we all like Susy? Many 
reasons — especially her sincere 
ways and pleasant disposition. 
Every inch a wonderful person! 
She has the qualifications to be a 
top-notch follower of Florence 
Nightingale! 

Roslyn Chapter, N.H.S. 2; 

Merit List .1; Year Boot Staff 1 ; 
Glee Club 2, Vice President ; 
French Club 2; Debating Club 
t; French Assembly 1; Variety 
Shoir 1 ; Basketball 2. 



CATHERINE M. DE ROMA 

S'2 Grew Ave., Roslindale 
Kay is one of those gals who 
loves all sports from swimming 
to sleeping. She'll make a 
pleasant "Hello Girl" when she 
receives her sheepskin in June. 
Best of luck, always, Kay. 



JANET E. DE VIRGILIO 

15 Firth Rd., Roslindale 
(■'Kg.v just hates to arise for 
school in the morning (who 
doesn't. ) She loves swimming 
and bowling, a career as a 
secretary. We have a feeling 
she'll make some boss very 
happy. 

Basketball I ; Bowling 1 : Badmin- 
ton 1. 



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LORRAINE J. DIEMER 

311 Kittredge St., Roslindale 
Lorrie engages in almost all 
sports. Her favorites, though, 
are ice-skating and basketball. 
Always helps out in whatever 
she can. Dislikes teasers. We're 
sure she'll make a very efficient 
secretary. 

Basketball 3: Softball >; Swim- 
ming 1; Badminton 1. 



MARIANNE F. DI NOZZI 

510 Poplar St., Roslindale 
Mickey's a dance-conscious miss 
who's so good that she's even 
won trophies. Riding, skating, 
and howling are favorites with 
her. As an air line hostess or a 
dancer she'll he tops. 



BERNARD J. DOHERTY 

306 Bellevue St., West Roxbury 
Modest, good-natured, with a 
terrific sense of humor, Bernie 
ranks tops with all of us. A 
whiz on blades, Bernie is 
principally interested iti hockey, 
tie's headed for college in the 
fall. 

Cadet Officer 1; French Assembly 

1 ; II ockey 2. 



JOAN MARIE L. DOHERTY 

47 Eastbourne St., Roslindale 
Joannie's hobby is reading. In 
the winter when she isn't 
reading, she likes to go ice- 
skating. Joannie wants to go 
to Boston Clerical School to he 
a CPA. 

J.R.C. Representative -1; Tattler 
lie preventative 1 ; Radio Broad- 
cast 1; Softball 1: Bon liny 1. 



MARJORIE I. DOHERTY 

+7 Eastbourne St., Roslindale 
Having a double must come in 
handy at times but it's probably 
confusing too — right, Margie? 
Planning a secretarial career, 
she may enter Boston Clerical 
School for further study. 
Tattler Business Stajf 1: J.R.C. 
Representative 1 ; Field Hockey 
I; Swimming I; Bowling I. 




MARY E. DOLAN 

33+ Arborway St., Jamaica Plain 
Pat's goal is to be a telephone 
operator. Her smiling person- 
ality has gained her loads of 
friends at Rossie, and will be a 
big help later on! 
Softball 2; Tennis- J; Bouliny J. 



EILEEN M. DONOHUE 

19 Lindall St., Roslindale 
Softball, bowling, swimming, 
sleeping . . . these are the reasons 
Eileen keeps busy at all times. 
Wry quick and efficient, she'll 
make a fine secretary. 
Year Bool: Business Staff 1; 
Tattler Business Staff 1; Glee 
Club I ; Softball 1 ; Suimminy 1 ; 
Bouliny 1 ; Badminton 1. 



LORETTA D. DONOYAN 

l(i Bradfield Ave., Roslindale 
Dunny, Rossie's gift to women 
drivers, is a sincere friend and a 
marvelous classmate. She's 
always ready for fun and eager 
to pitch in. She deserves the 
best; we hope she has it. 
Merit List 1; Tattler Secretary I.- 
French Club J; Debating Club 1 ; 
French Assembly 1; Softball I; 
Bouliny ■!. 



KATHERINE M. DOONA 
10 Weld Hill St., Jamaica Plain 
Kay is a pleasant combination 
of a quick wit, a bright smile, 
and a nonchalant friendliness. 
Sincere and willing to cooperate 
. . . off she goes to be an employee 
of Alexander Graham Hell Com- 
pany. 

Senior Council l; Tattler Business 
Staff 1; Basketball I; Bouliny 
I ; Badminton 2. 



JANET E. DOWLER 

25 Alpheus Rd., Roslindale 
Janet's favorite hobby is music. 
She appears to be quiet but 
start her talking and she'll amuse 
you for hours! Won't her dark 
hair anil eves contrast well with 
her u bite uniform? 
Merit Fist 1. 



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DOLORES A. DOWLING 

100 Belgrade Ave., Roslindale 
Dolores has that wonderful gift 
of gal) — she's never at a loss for 
words! Her subtle quips and 
contagious la ugh enlivened many 
classes. Always keep your wit. 
Doe; we'll always remember you 
for it. 

Merit List 1; Glee Club French 
Club 1; Spanish Club /, 
Treasurer; Debating Club 1; 
Athletic Association 2; Cheer- 
leader 1 : Softball 1 ; Bowling .'. 



ALMA M. DOYLE 
.).3 Caledanian Ave., W. Roxbury 
Alma, of the talented paint 
brush, might be termed as quiet; 
still, her friendly smile and 
pleasant manner are felt in all 
her classes. Another wonderful 
the teaching pro- 



aspirant to 
fession! 
French Club 
seututire 1 



1; Tattler Repre- 
Tennis 1 ; Badmin- 



ton 1 ; Bowling 1. 



PATRICIA A. DOYLE 

•20 Hyde Park Ave., Jam. Plain 
Pat can really travel on those 
roller-skates, but she hopes this 
won't be her travel limit. She's 
sure to land a position that will 
get her that trip to Bermuda. 
S If i m in iuy 1 ; Hail m i atari 1 . 



PAUL DUFFY 

-21 Baker PI., West Roxbury 
Duff, our fabulous track star, 
is destined to pound his way 
through life. Why? His ambi- 
tion is to be a professional 
drummer. That's a good reason, 
eh? 

Ha n (I >; Track 1. 



JEANNE M. DUFRESNE 

30 Symmes St., Roslindale 
Jeanne is just about the friend- 
liest and the nicest person to 
get along with that we know! 
She's always present with a smile 
and a good word! A wonderful 
hygienist, eh? 

Roslyn Chapter, A. U.S. >; Merit 
List ■{; Tattler Staff 2; French 
Club I; Tattler Representative 
1; Home and School Repre- 
sentative 1; French Assembly 1 ; 
Bowling 2. 




ANNE M. DUGGAN 

8-2 Wellsmere Hd., Roslindale 
Red, a friendly miss with a sunny 
smile, reveals temperment only 
when playing the piano. In 
more ways than one, she'll 
be a bright girl to have as 
secretary. 

Basketball 1 ; Tennis I; Bowling I ; 
Badminton I. 



FRANCIS \. DURHAM 

■'> Wenham St., Jamaica Plain 
Mica is a quiet, unassuming 
fellow whose voice is rarely 
heard, except that is, when the 
subject is baseball. He loves it, 
but he's headed for college. 
Besl of luck, Mica. 
Cadet Officer 1; Basketball I. 



DONNA M. DWYER 

18 Avalon Rd., West Roxbury 
Considerate and friendly, always 
smiling, a lover of all sports 
and a participant too — DeDe 
is an aspirant for a most unusual 
occupation. Yes you guessed it 
— a secretarv, mightv nice one 
too! 

Merit List J: Year Book Secretary 
1; Year Hook Business Staff 1; 
Tennis 2; Bowling 2. 



PATRICIA G. EUDEY 

108 Marcella St.. Roxbury 
Pettie Pat, with her irrepressible 
smile, is a bundle of happiness 
in anyone's book. We're sure 
some lucky employer will find 
this gal a mighty sunny secretary 
after she graduates. 



FLORENCE A. FAIRBANKS 

145 Aldrich St., Roslindale 
Florence is a quiet, very sincere 
miss. Many talents are hers, 
particularly her ability in writ- 
ing! Ambition? To be a school- 
marm, no less! She'll make a 
wonderful one, too! 
Merit List 1; Spanish Club 1; 
Softball 1; Badminton I; 

Museum School Prize 1. 



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PATRICIA M . FALLON 

3« Eastland Rd., Jamaica Plain 
Patsy's the girl who keeps late 
hour- when the Roller Derby is 
in town. Her charming person- 
ality will brighten some doctor's 
reception room after a short 
stay at h isher Secretarial School. 
Spanish Club 1; Debating Club 
1; Spanish Assembly 1; Soft- 
bull 1 ; Hon liny 1 . 



DORIS C. FEHRMANN 

247 Beech St., Roslindale 
Never a dull moment with 
Stretch around — and she usually 
is every inch a morale booster! 
Her ambition? To hud a tall, 
wealthy man! Not such a bad 
idea at that ! 

Year Book Bu.fiiie.sti Staff 1; 
Tattler Business Staff 8; Basket- 
hull 1; Softball 1: Bon liny 1. 



JOAN M. FIGHTER 

80 Sanborn Ave., West Roxbury 
This bright little miss is made of 
sugar 'n spice 'n everything nice. 
Joannie's sincerity, grades, dis- 
position, and down-to-earth 
manner will make her a ray of 
sunshine in any office. 
Ten u in 1. 



ANDREW C. FIORE 

56 Murray Hill, Roslindale 
Laugh and Andy laughs with 
you. His favorite pastime is 
working, hut it doesn't slow him 
down at all. He's going either 
to work or to join the Navy anil 
do some real work. 
Italian Club J. 



BARBARA C. FIORE 

147 Beach St., Roslindale 
Our Editor has certainly earned 
her place among our most 
versatile girls. Barb's attract- 
iveness .hkI capability plus her 
interest in music, sports and 
study will lead her to success 
in Emanuel's School of Science. 
Boslyn Chapter, S.II.S. 2; I'iee 
President I: Honor Boll .': 
Senior Council 1; Ycur Bool; 
Stuff I; Editor in Chief; 
Tattler Stuff > ; Assistant and 
Associate Editor; Transcript 
Reporter, Chairman; Glee Club 

■ I; Orchestra 2; French Club .'; 
Italian Club, Treasurer; l)e- 

bating Club; French Assembly 
',; Variety Shoir; Basketball .'. 




MILDRED P. FISCHER 

»■> Perham St., West Roxbury 
Sincere — always the gal with 
the good word about everyone 
and everything! Webster didn't 
pen enough words for us to 
lay end to end about Millie. 
Marvelous maid for a school- 
marm!!! 

Roslytl Chapter X.H.S., 2; 
Honor Boll 2; Merit List -1 ; 
(•lee Club S; Spanish Club. 



THOMAS J. FLANAGAN 

■i-17 Belgrade Ave., Roslindale 
Tom is one of the mild mannered 
men of 1952. A friendly and 
regular fellow, he's a whiz on 
the basketball court. He likes 
music and travelling. We'll 
miss his co-operation. 
Senior Council 1 ; Cadet Officer 1 ; 

(lice Club 1; Variety Show 1; 

Basketball -i, Co-Cuptain 1: 

Football .'; Baseball. 



RALPH G. FLYNN 
Hi Avalon Rd., West Roxbury 
(ireg's robust personality is one 
of the things that made life at 
Rossie more enjoyable. A com- 
pletely unpredictable fellow! St. 
Francis prep is future destina- 
tion; then he'll study engineer- 
ing! 

French Club I ; French Assembly 
■1; Radio Broadcast 1; Key 
Club 3. 



PATRICK J. FOLEY 

455 Roslindale Ave., Roslindale 
There's never a dull moment 
when Pat's around. Inder that 
<j n it- 1 exterior he's full of fun 
and has a keen sense of humor. 
He's our loss and B. C.'s gain. 
V ear Book Business Stuff A ; Ca- 
det Officer .1; French Club .1; J. 
B. C. Representative 1: Athe- 
istic Association Representative 



PAUL G. FOLEY 

1 f Ardent St., Roslindale 
Paul is one of the millions \\\u> 
hate to get up for school. One 
thing he does like is the sport 
of strong men . . . football . . . 
In the year following he'll be 
attending Bentlev Business. 
Cadet Officer I; Basketball J; 
Football .'; Baseball i. 



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MURIEL A. FORAN 

408 Baker St., West Roxbury 
Dance, Ballerina Dance! You've 
guessed it! Muriel, a girl with 
a bounce in her walk, a lilt in 
her voice, and a twinkle in her 
eyes, hopes to be a ballerina. 
Tattler Art Staff I; Variety 
Show 1 ; Sn im ming I : Bad mi it- 
ton 1. 



DONALD G. FORD 

454 Temple St., West Roxbury 
Don spends a good deal of his 
time hunting and is quite a base- 
ball fan. No one knows how 
architecture tits in, but that is 
what the boy wants to take up. 
Baseball I. 



ROBERT W. FRANCIS 

36 Seymour St., Roslindale 
Bob, Rossie's best athlete, is a 
real whiz when it comes to 
sports . . . Enjoys football and 
hunting most of all . . . There's 
nothing stopping him from be- 
coming a Physical Education 
Instructor. 

Cadet Captain 1; Basketball -1 ; 
Captain. Football -I ; Captain 
Hockey ■ } ; Track 1 . 



WILFRED A. FRANCOEUR 

64 Grove St., Roslindale 
Willy would like to be a lawyer 
. . . He's willing to work part- 
time and go to school . . . That 
sort of determination and his 
pleasant personality should take 
him far. 

Baseball 1 ; Track .'. 



MARILYN A. FRIZZELL 

85 Montview St., West Roxbury 
Quiet, unassuming, Marilyn . . . 
possessor of a friendly manner 
and a sparkling smile! The 
Air Force Blue merits a spot in 
her future. Sounds mighty 
exciting . . . Good luck, Marilyn! 




CAROL FROUGHTON 

28 Bardwell St., Jamaica Plain 
The- only time Honey isn't-is 
when her name is mispronounced 
. . . She is planning to become a 
nurse, and we can't think of 
any nicer ambition, can you? 



CARL F. GABELE. JR. 

34 Peak Hill IM., Roslindale 
Carl enjoys hockey . . . water 
sports of any kind . . . especially 
sail ing his I nterna tional 110 
class racer . . . It's Tufts or 
Brown to be an engineer . . . 
Interesting . . . talented ... a 
good student . . . He's a sure 
bet for success. 

Roslyn Chapter, N.H.S. 2; 
Honor Roll 1; Merit List I; 
Tattler Staff, Transcript Re- 
porter; Orchestra 2 ; Band -1 ; 
Lieutenant, Trench Club 3; 
French Assembly 2; Baseball 
I ; Track 1 ; Key Club. 

ROBERT J. GALLO 

84 Kittredge St., Roslindale 
Bob . . . With his talent, museum 
art classes, and further training 
at Massachusetts School of Art 
should easily become a successful 
commercial artist. He's no artist 
in a garret, though . . . He likes 
baseball and fishing. 
M erit List, Senior Council; 'Tattler 
Staff 3; Cadet Officer; French 
Club I; Baseball I; Track 1. 



BARBARA J. GALLUCCI 

10.") Walworth St., Roslindale 
A fun-loving bundle of wit, 
smiles and sincerity . . . that's 
Barbara. A busy little lady 
bubbling over with life, she will 
sparkle just as much at Em- 
manuel as she did at Rossie! 
Merit List 2; Tattler Business 
Staff 2; Glee Club 2; Spanish 
Club 2; Debating Club >; 
Tattler Representative I ; 
Variety Show I; Cheerleader 
>; Softball 1; Ron ling 1. 



GEORGE K. GANNETT 

316 Cornell St.. Roslindale 
George prefers to fish or to fool 
around with his car . . . Tinker- 
ing with it he has decided to 
become a mechanic . . . He plans 
to work and go to night school. 



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WILLIAM GANNON 

^24 Maxfield St., West Roxbury 
Bill says his favorite pastime is 
sleeping hut we doubt that he'll 
sleep while driving stock cars 
next year, that is unless I nch- 
Sam wants a priority on him! 
Cadet Officer 1. 



KENNETH B. GAVE 

-20 Hastings St., West Roxbury 
Smily's motto for next year is 
"California here I come." 
Maybe that gold coast will serve 
as an inspiration in his ambition 
to be a millionaire — well anyway 
it's unusual. 
Band )'. 



PHYLLIS L. GEORGE 

4094 Washington St., Roslindale 
Phil whose true interest and 
friendliness have made her well- 
liked by all, is quite a roller 
skater and swimmer. Her 
warmth and vitality will help 
make her an excellent office 
worker. 



CLAIRE I. GIAMPAPA 

I (! Wellsmere Rd., Roslindale 
One of "5i's" artists, Imogene's 
talent will be missed from the 
Tattler next yearfors lire! A lively, 
energetic person, Claire. The 
only thing that puzzles us is 
the nick-name. Ilmmmm. 
Tattler Art Stuff I ; Italian Club I ; 

Bouling t; Badminton 1. 



DOROTHY L. GILFEATHER 

IDS Hyde Park Ave., Jam. Plain 
Pretty and perfectly poised, 
Dottie is a wonderful person to 
know; she just radiates per- 
sonality! Her ambition takes us 
off the beaten track (or Dottie 
wants to he a Medical Secretary, 
no less. 

lio.il yn Chapter, N.H.S. 2; 
lionor Roll .': Merit List I; 
French Chili t; Spanish Chili I. 




ROBERT T. GLYNN 

(i.'i Neponset Ave., Roslindale 
Boh, the boy with the smile, 
likes to play football, baseball, 
and track. He wants to lie an 
officer of the law, but first Boh 
expects to he working for Uncle 
Sam. 

Football 3; Baseball 3; Track- 3, 
Captain I. 



MARTHA E. GOODWAY 

<)4 Waterman Rd., Roslindale 
Martha — marvelous mixture! A 
math whiz, she writes, she edits 
magazines, elle parle francais 
etc., etc., etc. Her first love is 
science, her second, people! She 
starts her succeeding at M.I.T. 
next year. 

Roslyn Chapter, N.H.S. 2; 
lionor Roll ■!; Year Book- Staff 
1; Tattler Staff 2, Editor in 
Chief I; Glee Club -i; French 
Chili ■>, Program Chairman 1; 
Debating Club i; Junior Red 
Cross Rep. 2; Home and 
School Rep 1; French As- 
sembly I. 



PATRICIA A. GRANEY 

.5 Cedar St., Roslindale 
Pat likes to sleep. Her favorite 
sport is football. If your 
stockings are wrinkled, keep out 
of Pat's sight. After graduating 
from Mount Ida, she wants to 
be an airline hostess. 



PATRICIA GRIFFIN 

1 tt Aldrich St., Roslindale 
She's pretty, she's pert, but best 
of all she's Pat — a girl with a 
Hare for keeping things in a 
lively mood. Her future plans 
are centered around the tele- 
phone company. 



LOUIS L. GRILLI 

:is Wellsmere Rd., Roslindale 
We have a combination poet, 
composer, play write, and actor in 
our class! Louis has entertained 
US many times with his works. 
In spite of all these things he'd 
like t o be a school teacher. 
Transcript Reporter I; Italian 
Club 2. 



MARY ANN GROSSE 

129 Cummins Hwy., Roslindale 
Considerate, cheerful, a real 
friend, Mary Ann is tops, period! 
Mighty good on a basketball 
court, too. How could any 
employer refuse an accountant 
with such attributes? 
Merit list; Basketball 

Softball 3; Field Hockey I; 

Bon I i in/ 1. 



DOROTHY JANE GRUNDY 

22 Colberg Ave., Roslindale 
Dotty is quiet hut very easy 
to get along with. The possessor 
of a calm disposition, she'll be 
as nice a teacher as any one could 
desire! Ah, to be young again! 
French Club; Debating Chih '; 

Bowling. 



DONALD W. GIUGGIO 

34 Freeman Ave., W. Roxbury 
We're going to miss Gig when 
he leaves for the service. His 
favorite sport is football and 
he's mighty handy in the shop. 
Good luck with I'nele Sam. 



MARY T. GUILDERSON 

31 New Haven St., W. Roxbury 
Easy-going Mary is an all- 
round gal — a bundle of fun. 
Her interests range from bowling 
to giving home permanents! 
No wonder she wants to make 
beauty her business! 
Merit Lint; Tattler Representative ; 
Field Hockey ; Swimming ; Ten- 
nix; Bowling; Badminton . 



DIANE M. HADDAD 

64 Cowing St., West Roxbury 
What we like most about Di 
is her never-changing sweet dis- 
position and gentle ways. 
Though she'll make an excellent 
secretary, we hope she doesn't 
abandon her desire to become 
a singer. 

Spanish Club 2; Spanish As- 
sembly ■!; Basketball 2; Softball 
2; Field Hockey; Tennis 2; 
Bowling ; Badminton 3. 




A. JUDITH HALLET 

10.58 Centerbury St., Roslindale 
Judy is so spontaneous . . . 
always [ending a helping hand 
whenever it is needed . . . 
Asking no recognition in return 
. . . Athletic . . . Active in church 
groups . . . and an honor student 
... A wonderful friend. 
Boslyn Chapter, N.H.8. 2; 

Calendar Secretary ; Honor Boll 

!; Merit List; Tattler Literary 

Staff !; Transcript Reporter; 

(ilee Club ■',; French (lull ■}; 

Italian Club .' ; Debuting Club; 

J. B.C. Representative; Home 

and School Rr presentativc ; 

French Assembly 2; N. U.S. 

Play; Cheerleader ; Basketball ; 

Softball ; Suim mint) ; Bowling I . 



FRANCES C. HANNON 

57 Halliday St., Roslindale 
You can't miss Francie in a 
crowd. Her golden vitality 
stands out as vividly as her 
soothing charm. A wish for 
success is sure to come true for 
this ambitious mi--.. 
Spanish Club 1; Debating Club I ; 
Spanish Assembly 1; Cheer- 
leader 1 ; Softball 1; Bowling 1. 



RUTH ANNE HARTNETT 
10 Walnut Rd., West Roxbury 
Ruth's the girl with the spon- 
taneous laugh that has bright- 
ened many a classroom. Her 
ready smile and friendly "Hello" 
will make many new friends for 
her as a stenographer. 
Honor Roll; Merit List. 



JAMES R. HAYES 

-23 Lindall St.. Roslindale 
Here is the boy who has done 
the most for Rossie, our very 
personable and friendly treas- 
urer, Russ. His brains, sincerity, 
and conscientiousness make him 
one of our most valuable citizens. 
Class Treasurer ; Senior Council; 

Band 3 ; Spanish Club 1; Home 

and School Representative; A. A. 

Representative; X.H.S. play; 

Key Club. 



MARY E. HAYES 

56 Farquhar St., Roslindale 
Add oodles of friendliness and a 
mischievous smile together and 
the result is Mary. She says 
her favorite pastime is sleeping, 
but we know she has vitality 
plus! Her destination? Business 
school. 

Year Book Business St iff; Spanish 
Club ; Tennis 2; Bowling 2. 



EDWARD F. HEUMAN 

534 Weld St.. West Roxbury 
Oh, how he hates to get up in 
the morning! But — when he 
gets up, you don't know what 
he'll <lo next. If he brings his 
football record to college with 
him, he's iii! 

A. A. Representative; Football .'; 
Baseball .'; Truck 3. 



WILFRED E. HILL 

292 Belgrade Av„ Roslindale 
Willy is a lion among ladies . . . 
But he wants to he an aeoro- 
nautical engineer, and not even 
a woman could stop him. Why, 
he's a Key Club boy! 
Transcript Reporter; Cadet Of- 
ficer; Debating Club; J. B.C. 
Representative; Basketball .'; 
Baseball 3; Key Club. 



JAMES M. HOEY 

t? Wenham St., Jamaica Plain 
Jim hates to see Rossie lose a 
football game, and he certainly 
did his best to prevent its 
happening. He was one of our 
team's biggest assets, he'll be a 
bigger asset to the Boston 
Police. 

Cadet Officer, Captain; Tattler 
Representative; Variety show; 
Football 3. 



EDWARD R. HOFFMANN 

20 Martin St., West Roxbury 
Big Ed is Rossie High's one 
and only speed demon . . . also 
an experimentor in original 
paint jobs. He's going to slow 
down his jalopy in front of some 
hotel, and speed up business. 
Home and School Representative. 



CONSTANCE L. HOGAN 

71 Hilhurn St., Roslindale 
Connie, a terrific specimen of 
prettiness is filled with vim and 
vigor. She has certainly W0I1 OUT 
admiration w ith her photography 
for Rossie. Good luck, Connie, 
we know you'll be a successful 
stenographer. 

Honor Roll; Merit List 2; Tattler 
Staff; French Club; J.R.C. 
Representative; Tattler Repre- 
sentative; Home and School 
Representative; French Assem- 
bly; Variety Shaw : Basketball 
..'; Softball !; Swimming 2; 
Hon li ni) -l; Badminton. 




ANN A. HOURIHAN 

■i'A Hawthorne St., Roslindale 
A bowling and dancing en- 
thusiast, Ann is always ready 
to smile with the crowd even 
though she seems quiet on the 
surface. Dollars to doughnuts 
that voice will someday echo 
"Number, pl-ee-ase," 
Basketball >; Softball J; Tennis 
1; Boa liny 2; Badminton .'. 



GLORIA HUFNAGLE 

lS(i Sycamore St., Roslindale 
(ilo — a perfect example of 
beauty, health, poise, person- 
ality, and intelligence. She 
certainly has all the qualifica- 
tions to be a model, and what 
do you know — that's her ambi- 
tion! 

French Club l; Variety Show 
1; Basketball >; Softball -I ; 
Sw i m ming J ; Bo;el in g I ; 
Badminton '. 



ELIZABETH M. HUGHES 

,)73 Grove St., West Roxbury 
Bette is a late arrival to the 
class, but we've still had two 
years to know and like her. The 
future holds a nursing career 
in store for Bette. 
Merit List 1 ; Badminton I ; 



CATHERINE E. HULME 

(>5 Averton St., Roslindale 
Kay is a friend indeed and wears 
a smile for everyone. She 
enjoys ice-skating and badmin- 
ton. We're sure she'll be a 
wonderful . . . you guessed it . . . 
nurse! 
Boa ling I. 



DORIS HUNNINGHACKER 

H2] Washington St., Roslindale 
Dm- has a head start on her 
ambition to be a private secre- 
tary . . . her hobby is typing . . . 
Active in Church groups and 
sports, she is a very versatile 
and friendly girl. 

Year Book Secretary, Glee Club 
2; J.R.C. Representative 1; 
Rowling 1. 



MARY HURLEY 

3 Ramsdell St., Roslindale 
Mary is another one of our 
efficient cashiers. We'll miss her 
pert manner and smile. A 
wonderful ad for Rossie in some 
office next year, don't you 
agree? 

Athletic AstOC. Rep. 1; Basket- 
ball .'; Softball 1; Trim is 1; 
Bowling 1; Badminton I 



PHYLLIS A. JAMESON 

50 Catherine St., Roslindale 
Phyl is the gal who is one of the 
friendliest in "5i." She says 
that rising early is her pet 
peeve, hut she'll miss those 
Senior Council Meetings next 
year, and we'll miss her too. 
Senior Council 1; Year Booh 
Business Staff 1 ; Variety Show 
1; Basketball 2; Softball 2; 
Swimming 2; Bowling I; Bad- 
minton 2. 



ELEANOR R. JOHNSON 

116 Sanborn Ave., W. Roxhury 
Ellie, President of Rossie's 
Spanish Club, enjoys dancing 
and swimming. She detests 
he-bop. Hard to figure out — 
she is fond of all animals, especi- 
ally dogs. Intends to become a 
school teacher. 

Rosylyn Chapter, N.H.S. 2; 
Honor Roll 2; Merit List 1 ; 
Senior Council Alternate 1; 
dice Club S; Spanish Club .', 
President I; Debating Club I: 
Spanish Assembly 2; S trim- 
ming 1; Badminton I ; Golf 1. 



BARBARA JONES 

20 Temple St., West Roxhury 
Barbara — pert and petite with 
dark flashing eyes. Skimming 
over the ice is her favorite 
sport although she enjoys many 
others. Ambition? To go to 
Boston Clerical and become a 
medical secretary. 
Roslyn Chapter, N.H.S. 1; 
Honor Roll 1; Merit List 
French Club 1; Spanish Club 
1; J.R.C. Representative 1; 
Basketball 1; Bowling 1; Bad- 
minton 1. 



KATHLEEN E. KANE 

■io Woodbrier Rd., W. Roxhury 
Kappie has real ability as a 
dancer, and she works hard at it. 
Kay's tried her hand at model- 
ing also, but her ambition is to 
dance modern ballet. 




MARILYN KEENAN 

■11 Atlantis St., West Roxhury 
Mai is a real sports-minded gal. 
Basketball, tennis, softball, and 
howling are only a few of her 
athletic accomplishments. W ho 
knows, maybe Rossie has another 
Babe Didrickson! 
Basketball 2; Softball 2; Field 

Hockey; Tennin; Bowling 2; 

Badminton. 



PATRICIA A. KELLEHER 

(iio South St., Roslindale 
Never a dull moment with Pat 
around? Her amusing giggle 
and mischievous eyes are a 
preview of the fun which follows. 
After Boston Clerical, she'll 
be a lively little secretary. 
Home and School Representative; 

French Assembly : Bouling. 



THOMAS G. KELLEY 

11 Primrose St., Roslindale 
Tom plans to own and operate 
a booming business — , the Tom 
Kelley Painting Co., Inc. On 
some future date we may have 
his concern paint our homes. 
We wish him luck! 



EDNA L. KERRIGAN 

70 Bradfield Ave., Roslindale 
Love a good sport — we sure do! 
That's why Eddy is tops on our 
list. She's a peach of a pal and 
a great gal. Secretarial success 
is hers for sure. 

Home and School Representative; 
Bouling. 



HELEN KESKULA 

i~ Cornell St., Roslindale 
As a nurse, Helen will certainly 
cheer her patients with her sunny 
smile and wit. Her favorites are 
music and sports. She loves the 
color blue, hut blue she rarely is! 
Roslyn Chapter, N.H.S. 2; 
Honor Roll; Glee Club 2, 
President; French Club 2; 
Fre n ch A sse m bl y ; 



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DOROTHY KING 

H Colberg Ave., Roslindale 
Dottie is one of Rossie's future 
school marnis who has the 
sparkling disposition that is so 
necessary for this profession. 
Here's hoping Rossie High has 
the privilege in future years to 
have her on our faculty. 
French Club 2; Spanish Club; 
Basketball ; Swimming ; Bad- 
minton; Golf. 

CYNTHIA J. KORB 

670 River St., Mattapan 
Petite would just describe 
Cinthie . . . And very appropriate 
to this vivacious French Club 
president . . . She's a water- 
skiing enthusiast and an honor 
student . . . Her ambition? . . . 
Degrees ... an M.D. and a 
Mrs. 

Roslyn Chapter 2; Honor Roll 3; 
Tattler Staff, Associate Editor; 
Transcript Reporter; French 
Club, President, Treasurer ; 
French Assembly 3: Debating 
2; Su i mmi ng 3; Golf 2. 

RONALD L. KRAMER 

40 Church St., West Roxbury 
Sonny is tall, blonde, and hand- 
some. His favorite pastime is 
swimming which he has to do 
well, being a life guard. Warn- 
ing to all girls. He dislikes girls 
with short hair. 
Orchestra 2; Band !. 



DAVID A. LAMPREY 

76 Sherwood St., Roslindale 
Dave's a fellow who always has 
time to say "hello" — especially 
to the girls! Blonde hair, blue 
eyes and an infectious grin! 
Such attributes! He plans to 
major in engineering at North- 
eastern. 

Transcri pt Reporter; Football; 
Track 3; Sports Writer for 
the Tattler; 



JO ANN M. LANE 
Ki!» Willow St., Wot Roxbury 
Jo is quite a live wire . . . and 
very good at the Charleston we 
hear. Her ambition is to be an 
airline hostess, (for Royal Air 
Coach, of course). 
Year Book Business Staff; Glee 
Club 2; French Club, Vice 
President; Tattler Business 
Staff; Tattler Representative ; 
French Assembly 2; Variety 
Show; Tennis 2; Bouling; 
Badminton 2. 




JAMES LAWRENCE 

io Hillview Ave., Roslindale 
Ted, Rossie's friendliest boy, is 
always full of fun. Spends his 
time hunting or swimming when 
he's not playing on one of the 
three teams he's on. He's 
bound for the navy. 
French Club 2; Tattler Repre- 
sentative 1; Basketball 2; Foot- 
ball 1 : Baseball 3. 



BARBARA M. LEARY 

15 S. Fairview St., Roslindale 
If we were allowed just two 
words to describe Barb, we 
would write, "Capability Plus." 
We know she'll be an asset to 
any branch of the service — 
especially the waves. We salute 
you, yeoman Learv! 
'Roslyn Chapter,' X. U.S. 2; 

Honor Roll 1; Merit List 2; 

Year Book Staff 1; Spanish 
Club I; Tennis 1; Bowling 2. 



JOAN M. LEARY 

10 Maxfield St., West Roxbury 
Joan's pleasant disposition, shiny 
auburn hair and peaches and 
cream complexion make her 
outstanding in any group. She's 
quite a basketball player, too. 
She hopes to attend Framingham 
Teachers' College, next year. 
French Club I ; Tennis I; Bowling 
I; Badminton 1. 



MARGARET M. LEARY 

.5!) Bourne St., Jamaica Plain 
Peggy's favorite pastime is ice- 
skating and horseback riding. 
She likes music and she's very 
friendly unless you ask her where 
she got her freckles. She plans 
on becoming an airline secretary. 
Year Book Staff 1; Glee Club 2; 

French Club 1; Italian Club I; 

French Assembly 1; N.H.S. 
Play; Basketball 1; Bowling 1. 



EDWARD W. LENNON 

24 Haslet St., Roslindale 
A regular fellow with sense of 
humor and a keen mathematical 
mind — that's Fd. A real sport. 
No wonder he's chosen electrical 
engineering as his goal! A real 
whiz on the track too! 
Spanish Club 2; Track 3; Cross 
Country 2, Co-Captain 1. 



PAUL M. LEON 

39 Landseer St., West Roxbury 
When Paul isn't a drum major, 
he is out winning a track medal. 
He has won many honors from 
his participation in track meets. 
Because of his swiftness, Paul 
will be a good Forest Ranger. 
Year Book Business Staff I : 
Orchestra I; Band 3; Home and 
School Representative I; French 
Assembly 2; Radio Broadcast 
1; Swimming I; Bowling 1; 
Feint hall 1 ; Track- ./, ('<>-( a plain ; 
Key Club 1. 



HOWARD M. LINSTEAD 

•227 Park St., West Roxbury 
Howie's favorite pastime is 
clowning, but we're sure he'll 
make no clown of himself 
managing a hotel. Everyone 
enjoys his company, but our 
loss is Cornell (J.'s gain. 
Merit List; Cadet Officer 2; 
French Club ; French Assembly ; 

Football 1 ; Base- 



Basketball 1, 
ball I. 



DOROTHY J. LOCKE 

106 Hyde Park Ave., Jam. Plain 
Jeanie's quiet manner is deceiv- 
ing. Her friends know that she 
has lots of pep and she's always 
ready for fun. Here's another 
miss who'll enjoy her work as 
a medical secretary. 
Swimming 2; Tennis 1; Bowling 
■] ; Badminton 1 . 



GERVASE G. LOCKLIN 

55 Bellevue Ave., West Roxbury 
Gervie is one who is easily 
satisfied. Give him tools and a 
shop and he'll get things done. 
His particular like is girls 
(that's unusual? ). Uncle Sam 
is his next boss. 
Band .'. 



JOAN A. LOGUE 

75 Garnet Rd., West Roxbury 
Joanie is on her way to school 
next year and then to be an air- 
line hostess. Her pleasant pass- 
age through Rossie has given her 
an excellent start and she's 
sure to follow it through as well. 
Tennis 2; Bowling 2. 




JOSEPH P. LOIACONO 

168 Orange St., Roslindale 
Joe is really gone when it comes 
to dancing. With his quiet yet 
affable manner he has won many 
friends. Good luck, Joe, we 
know you'll be a success at 
college. 

Debating Club !; Tattler Repre- 
sentative; French Assembly 



DOROTHY R. LONDERGAN 

17 Farquhar St., Roslindale 
A wonderful friend and a girl 
who is full of fun is characteristic 
of Dottie. She spends her spare 
time ice skating and bowling. 
To be a legal secretary is her 
ambition. 

Year Boole Business Sta ff ; Basket- 
ball ; Tennis; Bowling; Bad- 
minton 2. 



ROBERT E. LONGO 

15 Chisholm Rd., Roslindale 
Bob is the quiet, good natured 
fellow of "52" who has a good 
word for everyone. We hear 
that after -2:30 he comes out of 
his shell, though. College will 
occupy his next four years. 
Merit List; Cadet Officer; Home 

and School Representative; 

Bowling; Key Club. 



GEORGE A. LUCY 

477 Beech St., Roslindale 
George, one of the many wits 
in the class of 5 L 2, is a hockey 
enthusiast. His favorite sport, 
pastime, and ambition is . . . 
you guessed it . . . hockey. He's 
good, too. 

Baseball 3; Hockey 1. 



MARY E. MACE 
(>i) Montvale St., Roslindale 
Betty is planning to be a secre- 
tary. Likes music; hates to 
get up in the morning. Would 
a clock-radio be a solution? 
Once at school, though, she's 
wide awake. 



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UlRIEL E. MacKINXON 

•»»0.5 Centre St., West Roxbury 
Moil, with her sparkling wit and 
personable manner will certainly 
be a wonderful airline hostess 
in the future. Another A-l 
advertisement for R.H.S. We 
wish her the best, always. 
Honor Roll J; Merit List; Spanish 
Club: Softball: Ron ling S; 
Badminton. 



BARBARA J. MacLEAN 

111 Cottage Ave., West Roxbury 
Barbs was president of the 
Junior Achievement Modeling 
CI ul). She enjoys reading and 
swimming. Her ambition is to 
become a merchandiser (buyer) 
which she will study at Chamber- 
lain College. 

Merit List J ; Glee Club 8; Spanish 
Club 2; Debating Club: Tattler 
Representative; Badminton. 



ANN J. MacQUARRIE 

434!) Washington St., Roslindale 
Lots of fun, a nice smile and 
wit, that's Mac. We're sure her 
collection of friends at Boston 
Clerical will equal those at 
Rossie — She doesn't like home- 
lessons, but then who does? 



Kenneth R. MacWilliams 

IK Malverna Rd., Roslindale 
Mae is active in clubs and 
activities inside and outside 
school. We know he'll go 
places. Favorite sports are 
hockey and swimming. Next 
year it's Went worth Institute 
for him. 

Senior Council; Junior Red Cross 
Representative ; Home and 
School Representative; Key 
Club I, Director I. 



JAMES P. MAGENNIS 

5 Fresno St., Roslindale 
Jim's one of those rare fellows 
who is liked by both teachers 
and pupils for his friendliness 
and co-operation. When he's not 
busy with numerous school act- 
ivities ... he enjoys sports. 
His goal . . . B.C. 
Y ear Html: Sttiff, Associate Editor ; 

Spanish Club J; Track 3; 

Cross Country ! ; Co-Captain. 




ELEANOR F. MAHONEY 

6^.5 South St., Roslindale 
Ellie is just chock full of fun, 
humor, and good deeds. Enjoys 
dancing, bowling, and spectat- 
ing baseball. She hopes to be 
a telephone operator. Best of 
luck from us all! 
Tennis; Routing Badminton. 



MARGARET C. MAHONEY 

249 Hyde Park Ave., Jam. Plain 
Happy go lucky Moe! She 
can make anyone smile with her 
antics and quips . . . Bowling 
and dancing will keep her slim 
and trim for her career as a 
model. 

Home and School Representative; 
Suimming. 



THERESA ANNE M ALIA 
7ti Hyde Park Ave., Jam. Plain 
Terry is another speed demon on 
those roller skates. She wants 
to be a "number please" girl 
and she's got the patience and 
capability to help her do it. 



RUTH M. MALONEY 

17 Hawthorne St., Roslindale 
Huthie likes to bowl and go 
• lancing. Her only peeve is that 
she doesn't like catty girls. 
Her ambition is to get married, 
but first she would like to be a 
secret a r v. 



THOMAS MANNING 

Kl Brockdale St., Roslindale 
Tom is 52*8 mild mannered, 
quiet, and unassuming fellow. 
1 1 is understanding plus his intel- 
ligence will combine to make 
him a truly wonderful priest. 



SANDRA A. MARGESON 

4(> Symmes St., Roslindale 
Sandra is quiet and studious but, 
oh, when you get her started. 
She enjoys swimming and music. 
Ambition ... to capture the 
beauty of the earth on a world 
tour. 



FRANCES MARINO 

8(1 Walter St., Roslindale 
After Frannie makes her first 
million as an office worker, she 
wants to tour the world. With 
her friendly manner and all- 
round ability — it won't be long 
before we'll wish her Hon 
Voyage. 



MARY J. MARTIN 

48 Eastbourne St., Roslindale 
A friend of all and a friend to 
all — that's Jeannie. . She is a 
gal with a perpetual smile and 
a pleasant word at all times . . . 
great assets for a secretary . . . 
no? 

J.R.C. Representative; S,iini- 
minij 2 ; Rou ting 2. 



JOAN A. Mc ANDREW 

112 Landseer St., West Roxbury 
A lover of skating and dancing, 
that's Mac. She hates to get 
up in the morning, but she hopes 
to become one of the many 
charming secretaries from Rossie. 
Softball 2; Field Hockey; Tennis; 
Routing 2. 



WILLIAM F. McAULEY 

95 Corwell St., Roslindale 
Mac's interest is centered on 
sports, mainly baseball. He 
hope3 to go on with this in- 
terest and make it his occupa- 
tion. Watch for his name in the 
sports pages. It'll be there. 
Baseball ,'; Hockey .'. 




NANCY M. McCALLUM 

47 Lorelter St., West Roxbury 
Nan is a girl of many talents 
especially on the hickory boards 
and alleys (roller-skating and 
bowling, that is). Another 
Rossiette who will be armed 
with notebook and pencil next 
year! 

Softball; Tennis. 



thomas o. Mccormick 

s Ardmore Rd., West Roxbury 
Tom will always be remembered 
for his conscientousness and 
perseverance. His hobby is 
painting and be hopes to develop 
it into a career as a commercial 
artist. Good luck, Tom! 
Merit List; Band; I) nun Corps :; 

Spanish Club; J.R.C. Repre- 
sentative; Hockey; Track .'. 



JOSEPH P. McGRADY 

100 Greaton Rd., West Roxbury 
Joe came to Rossie from Broden- 
town Military Institute . . . 
and he became everybody's 
friend. He enjoys football and 
bowling. With his military 
training he plans to attend 
college and become a jet pilot. 



FRANCES T. McHUGO 

144 Brown Ave., Roslindale 
Franny (alias Mae) with her 
beautiful red hair and pleasing 
personality we know will be a 
great success as a dental hy- 
gienist . . . but what is Wool- 
worth's going to do without her? 

R.( '. Representative. 



c. patricia Mclaughlin 

'2!) Westover St., W. Roxbury 
Pat w ill surely make a marvelous 
elementary school teacher with 
her combination of good grades, 
sparkling personality, and red 
hair. Did anybody say any- 
thing against Martha's Nine- 
yard? Better watch out! 
Roslyn Chapter, A . ff.S. 8, Pre- 
sident; Honor Roll 2; Merit 
List; Spanish Club; Debating 
Club; Field Hockey; Swim- 
ming; Routing; Radminton 8 



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BARBARA R. McNEILL 

131 Perhsm St., West Roxbury 
Mickey is a gal with an unusual 
activity . . . She plays the 
drum! A rival for Krupa? She 
likes all sports, particularly 
basket hall, and of course her 
scholastic record speaks for 
itself. Destination . . . Business 
School. 

Honor Roll; Merit List i; Basket- 
Ball -i; Softball; Field Hockey; 
Swimming ; Rowling ■}; Bad- 
minton; Year Rook Secretary. 



LAURENCE W. McNEILL 

180 Manthorne Rd., W. Roxbury 
Versatile Laurie is Rossie's 
business executive; he is always 
hurrying to various meetings 
. . . First he plans to graduate 
from B. I*., then to become a 
millionaire . . . Laurie plans to 
give the orders instead of 
taking them. 

Senior Council, Year Rook Staff; 
Cadet Officer; French Club. 



MARILYN A. McNEIL 

4-2 Partridge St., W. Roxbury 
Mai likes any disk-jockey pro- 
gram that she doesn't have to 
get up early to listen to . . . 
She expects to take further 
training for a secretarial position. 
Best of luck! 

Merit Li.it; Home and School 
Representative ! A. A. Re pre- 
sent at ire ; Rad m inton. 



JOANNE M. MEADE 

93 Martin St., West Roxbury 
Cute as a button and she can 
twirl a beautiful baton! She is 
planning to soar the blue yonder 
as an airline hostess . . . and she 
fills the requirements. 
Senior Council; French Club; 
A. A. Representative; Swim- 
ming; Routing J; Rad minion. 



JAMES E. MELLEN 

•>f> Baker St., West Roxbury 
Jim is a baseball player from 
way back . . . he's always led the 
pack at his pet sport too. Next 
year he expects to be hiring out 
to the 1'. S. N. Let's wish him 
luck. 

Ra.iebull ; Track. 




HELEN MENNO 

4.5 Catherine St., Jamaica Plain 
Helen is tops on everyone's list — 
a friendly gal with a wonderful 
disposition. We hear she likes 
those wheels and silver blades — 
roller and ice-skating to you. 



CHARLOTTE L. MILTON 

4(1 Woodlawn St., Jamaica Plain 
Millie moves along in her quiet, 
sweet way toward her goal of 
being a secretary. A swimming 
enthusiast — Millie is in the swim 
with us, if you know what we 
mean. 



MARY J. MITZCAVITCH 

5ti Summer St., Beachmont 
Mary's quiet manner will im- 
press her fellow lab technicians 
. . . She does not like getting up 
in the morning, but judging 
from her daily accomplishments, 
you'd never guess it! 
Italian Club J, Secretary; De- 
bating Club; Rasketball'; Rowl- 
ing ; Badminton '. 



PHILIP B. MORRIS 

11 Tappan St., Roslindale 
Call for Phil and you'll probably 
find him at his favorite sport . . . 
baseball. lie's college material 
where he's sure to make the 
grade as a journalist. He's 
also pretty good with kids, 
having been a camp counselor. 
Baseball J. 



KATHRYN A. MORRISSEY 

127 Perham St., West Roxbury 
Kay is one of the girls who 
cheered our football team to 
victory. She wants to be an 
airline hostess. We know she'll 
be an excellent one with her 
pretty smile and pleasing per- 
sonality. 

Roslyn Chapter, N.H.S.; Honor 
Roll J; Merit List; Tattler 
Representative; Cheerleader; 
Rasketball ; Rowling; Swim- 
ming. 



WARREN H. MORRISSEY 

473 La Grange St., W. Roxbury 
Warren will have to end up his 
illustrious career as a howler, 
why? . . . He's headed for the 
wild blue yonder with the Air 
Force. He'll he at the top soon 
as he has what it takes. 
Orchestra -i ; Band J; Basketball 
>; Baseball. 



WILLIAM M. MORRISSEY 

473 La Grange St., W. Roxbury 
Billy likes to spend his leisure 
hours watching T.V., he never 
skips a home lesson, though. 
Favorite sports . . . baseball 
and hockey. Favorite team . . . 
the Red Sox, of course. Hill 
expects to lie in the service 
next year. 

Glee Club; Orchestra ■ ! ; lias/hall 
■1 ; Hockey. 



CORNELIA MUELLER 

71 Clement Ave., West Roxbury 
Connie just loves bowling and 
swimming. She's the gal with 
that pleasant personality. We 
know she'll have just as many 
friends in her office when she's 
a bookkeeper as she has in 
Rossie. 

Year Book Business Staff; Boul- 
ing; Band minton. 



ANNE C. MURPHY 

20 Pinehurst St., Roslindale 
Andy could rollerskate to suc- 
cess but it won't be that difficult 
for her. She'll find it simple to 
be a good secretary. Her down- 
to-earth manner is sure to help 
a lot. 

Year Book Staff; Glee Club; 
Bon ling. 



BARBARA MURPHY 

"27 Cerdan Ave., Roslindale 
Murph is one of Rossie's dark- 
haired beauties with a per- 
sonality to match. Enjoys 
dancing and bowling. We know 
she'll make "The Perfect Secre- 
tary," when she graduates from 
Boston Clerical. 

Merit List; Basketball; Softball 2; 
Bouling •!. 




MARY LOU MUSCO 
I I Church St., West Roxbury 
Mary Lou's smile can brighten 
the drabbest [daces. We know 
such an asset will aid her ambi- 
tion to become an airl ine hostess. 
Next year she plans to attend 
college. 



MARIE A. NEAGLE 

14 Whitford St., Roslindale 
Her dislike of cliques doesn't 
detract from her knack for 
making friends. Some office 
w ill get a prize next year. Hope 
they appreciate it. 
Year Bool; Business Staff. 



WILLIAM L. NANNERY 

1780 Centre St., Roslindale 
Lawrence is kept busy most of 
the time helping to get the 
Tattler out on time. His favorite 
sport is football. Plans on 
going to B. U. and then becom- 
ing a dentist. 
Merit List 2; Tattler Staff. 



MARGARET A. NARSIFF 

19 Weymouth Ave., W. Roxbury 
If Marge can stop eating long 
enough, she wants to make a 
million dollars. She is still 
deciding between dress design- 
ing and dramatics, but either 
one is likely to bring her the 
million. 

Glee Club .1; J.R.C. Repre- 
sentative; Basketball 2; Soft- 
ball .'. 



CAROL NASH 

i\5 Beech St., Roslindale 
Cal — our favorite cashier! We 
like her wit, and genuine sin- 
cerity, not to mention that 
captivating personality! She'll 
make a sure hit at college next 
fall. 

Year Book Business Staff ; Tattler 
Business Staff Debating 
Club; Basketball. 



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MARY LOU NELLIGAN 

-.'? Atlantis St., West Roxbury 
A petite little gal with unceasing 
energy at least five times her 
size — that's Mary Lou. She's 
as cute as they come. She'll 
be an individual and invaluable 
secretary to someone. 
Honor Roll; Merit List; Senior 
Council; Cheerleader; Bowling 
2; Badminton. 



SHIRLEY H. NELSEN 

•240 Centre St., West Roxbury 
Shirley, with her genuine liking 
for and interest in others, has 
the ability to make true friends 
and be one herself. This, plus 
her intelligence, assures her 
success in her chosen work. 
Merit List ; Orchestra ; Howling; 
Badminton. 



HELENE F. NOONAN 

89 Chesbrough Rd., W. Roxbury 
Helene, the possessor of that 
essential — a good disposition . . . 
just loves basketball, football 
and swimming . . . She's an 
all-round good sport and we 
know she'll go far at Burdett 
Junior College. 
Orchestra. 



BETTY ANN NORTON 

94 Mount Hope St., Roslindale 
Number please? . . . Words 
that are music to Bet's ears. 
She loves swimming and danc- 
ing and we know she'll just 
glide into her ambition — a tele- 
phone operator. Hash — blue 
convertible wanted! 
Honor Roll; Merit List >; Boul- 
ing. 



LORETTA A. NORTON 
5 Lindal) St., Roslindale 
Rette is another all-round Ros- 
siette who has a pleasing person- 
ality and a Sock of friends. She 
too, is a fan of bowling and 
dancing. Her ambition? To 
become a dental assistant and 
begin earning her millions. 
Year Book Staff; Softball; Bottl- 
ing. 




LORRAINE M. O'CONNELL 

24 Havana St., Roslindale 
Lorraine is both a spectator of 
and a participant in sports, her 
favorite being baseball. Her 
ambition is to become a nurse 
. . . Next year she plans to 
enroll in a school of nursing. 
French Club; French Assembly; 

Basketball >; Softball -1 ; Tennis; 

Bon liny; Badminton .'. 



DAVID A. O'M ALLEY 

14 Prospect Ave., Roslindale 
Dave's wit and humor will be 
missed by all who knew him at 
Rossie. He has an individual 
poise and charm that is memor- 
able . . . Towards B. I". or the 
1 . S. N. he goes. 



MARY M. O'M ALLEY 

47 Mount Hope St., Roslindale 
Marie is quiet and dependable. 
She likes all sports and her 
scholastic record speaks for 
itself. She hopes to have a job 
in a telephone business office 
next year. 

Roslyn Chapter, N. U.S. 2; 
Honor RollS. 



THOMAS J. O ROUKE 

40 Bexley Rd., Roslindale 
Tom likes to spend his time 
either loafing or playing base- 
ball. We hear he's quite tin- 
man at the national pastime . . . 
He expects to he in the service 
next year. 

Band .)',■ Football ; Baseball ; Trad;. 



THERESA M. PAGE 

4f Worley St.. West Roxbury 
Terry has won a heist of friends 
with her warm laugh and spon- 
taneous quips. Rossie's library 
won't he the same without her. 
Ambition?— to become a dental 
assist a nt . 



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CONSTANCE PAGLIARULO 

•Z3 Orange St., Roslindale 
( onsi derate and COnscientiou.3- 
that's our Connie! '54's Veep 
injects wit and warmth wherever 
she goes. The tops on every- 
one's list — no wonder she's our 
Most Popular Girl! 
Class Officer, Vice President; 
Senior Council; Softball; Bottl- 
ing. 



MARIE A. PANTANO 

5 Jeanett Ave., West Roxbury 
Charming and sincere Marie . . . 
Although her pet peeve is home- 
work, her marks would never 
show it. She's versatile and 
ambitious, too. We predict a 
bright future in her nursing 
career. 

Honor Roll 3; Tattler Business 
Staff; French Club; Italian 
Club 2; J.R.C. Representative; 
French Assembly 2; Swimming ; 
Bowling 3. 

ILDA M. PAPETTI 

92 Roslindale Ave., Roslindale 
"I've Got Rythm" is [Ida's 
theme song . . . she ice skates, 
roller skates . . . likes music and 
dancing . . . Her bright smile 
will be gracing an office soon . . . 
she hopes (and we do too ) as a 
secretary. 

Variety Show; Bowling. 



AUDREY Y. PARLEE 

187 Walworth St., Roslindale 
Audrey likes to spend her time 
howling and swimming. She 
also enjoys reading. After 
graduating, her ambition is to 
be a secretary. 
Bowling; Badminton. 



CLARA PAS QUALE 

->-><) Poplar St., Roslindale 
Clara, with her unassuming 
light-hearted manner, ranks 
among Rossie's gayest lasses. 
Although she hopes to be a 
telephone operator next year, 
her real ambition is admirable 
also, to get married, no less. 
Home ami School Representative 
1 ; Bad minion 7. 




CARL PEARSON 

94 Perham St., W. Roxbury 
Here is a prospective hotel 
manager, whom we may some- 
day discover iti the lobby of a 
renowned city hotel, Carl excels 
in the sport of bowling, which is 
his favorite pastime. 
Tattler Staff; Tattler Buxinegg 
Staff; Cadet officer; Band; 
I attler Re pre sentatire ; Home 
and School Association Repre- 
sentative; A. A. Reprexentative. 



PATRICIA PEPI 

7!) Roslindale Ave., Roslindale 
Her name denotes her person- 
ality — (peppy). Dancing and 
listening to the latest recordings 
fill up most of her spare time. 
Just keep darning along and 
you'll make a charming private 
secretary, Pat. 

Honor Roll '. ; Merit List; Tattler 
Business Staff; Bon ling 2; 
Badminton. 



ROSEMARIE PERGOLIZZI 

4631 Washington St., Roslindale 
Roe, whose wide, pleasant smile 
has won us all, has plenty of pep 
when dancing or skating . . . 
Full of vitality and warm 
personality. She's sure to do 
well in her chosen work. 
Tattler Business Staff ; Bowling. 



RITA H. PETITTO 

S~ drover St., Roslindale 
Beneath her quiet and unassum- 
ing manner, Rita has a sweet 
disposition and the ability to 
make friends. As an efficient 
secretary she'll be a valuable 
asset to any employer. 
Honor Roll J; ' Merit List; 

Tattler Representative ; Rowling ; 

Badminton. 



LEO PHALEN 

15 Whitford St., Roslindale 
Red just hasn't the time to 
keep up with his many jobs. 
We suspect he holds a inonoploy 
on the Key Club . . . having held 
three offices. His particular 
ambition is to be a draftsman. 
Cadet Officer; Spanish Club 2; 

Spanish Assembly 2; N.H.S. 

Play; Bowling; Hockey J; 

Key ClubS. 



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Wallace C. Pieculiewicz 

H3 Anawan Ave., \Y. Roxbury 
An affable disposition, a terrific 
smile, and an easy-going manner, 
not to mention his good looks! 
That's our YVally. Definitely 
the friendly type. He'll be a 
welcome addition to any college. 
Debating Club; French Assembly; 
Football ; Track'. 



BARBARA L. POMER 

17 Ethel St., Roslindale 
Barbs, an avid record en- 
thusiast, has the winning com- 
bination of a pleasant voice and 
smile. We know she'll please 
her employer by being a cute 
as well as efficient secretary. 
Bon ling. 




MARY C. QUINCY 

37 Stratford St., West Roxbury 
The i:'M) bell certainly gives 
Mary her start. From then on 
she is strictly a dancing girl. 
She does everything to perfec- 
tion, and will prove her ability 
as a labratorv technician. 
Roslyn Chapter, N.H.S. 2; 
Honor Hall 3; Tattler Staff 2; 
(ilee CI nb -I; Spanish Club; 
Tattler Representative; Haul- 
ing. 



M. LORRAINE RILEY 

.54 Manthorne Rd., W. Roxbury 
Lorraine never runs short of 
words, and we're glad of it. She 
plans a career as a medical 
secretary . . . hopes to enter 
college next year. She'll 
certainly brighten the campus. 
Glee Club 2; French Club 2; 
Variety Show; Bottling 2. 



JEAN E. POWERS 

87 Birch St., Roslindale 
Jeanie is a quiet gal (that is 
until you know her). She 
enjoys swimming and dancing. 
Plans to enter college. Beware 
conceited college boys, you're 
her pet peeve! 

Tattler Business Staff 2: Spanish 
Club .'; Debating Club ; Bowling 

2. 



JAMES S. PRATT 

1 1 Ardale St., Roslindale 
Jim is an all-round good sport 
. . . likes hockey, baseball, and 
traveling. His pet peeve is 
women drivers, so gals, beware. 
Jim's ambition is to be a journal- 
ist. 

Cadet Officer ; French Club; Span- 
ish Club; French Assembly: 
Spanish Assembly; Baseball; 
Hockey 2. 



CAROL A. OUEENEY 
12 Preston Rd., West Roxbury 
If she isn't reading she's watch- 
ing a friend play hockey or a 
million other things. Carol 
will do fine in college if she takes 
the joy she gave to us, with her. 
Merit List; Tattler Business Sta ff. 




LILA S. SABA 

5043 Washington St., W. Rox. 
Petite, dark, and likable— that 
is Lila, and she is a canasta fan 
too! Her pet peeve is flunking 
shorthand notes but we know- 
that she will be a success as a 
secretary. 

Merit List 2; Tattler Business 
Staff; Softball; Bowling 2; 
Year Book Secretary. 



GERALDINE P. SALVIN 

6 Carroll St., West Roxbury 
Gerry's a gal who's sincere and 
unpretentious in all she says and 
does. We know she'll be a 
success as a home economist, 
for her pleasant manner makes 
her a true friend to all. 
Honor Roll; Merit List; Tattler 
Business Stuff; Debating Club; 
J. B.C. Representative; Basket- 
ball; Softball; Swimming 2; 
Tennis ; Bowling 2: Badminton. 



JOSEPH E. SAVAGE 

188 Spring St., West Roxbury 
Rossie's loss is the Navy's gain. 
That's where Joe expects to be 
next year. Right now he's 
content at his favorite sport . . . 
hockey. Pet hobby . . . going 
to hockey games, (iooil Luck, 
Joe! 

Merit List. 




tHWTtIW 



STANLEY E. SAYERS 
(is Weld Hill St., Jamaica Plain 
Stan, a quiet young man, is 
willing to assist anyone. He 
has a special crave for reading 
and music. We wish him success 
ill future years as he enters the 
business world. 
Spanish Assembly 2. 



GERALDINE SCHOUTEN 

38 Stellman Rd., Roslindale 
Being quiet friendly and so easy 
to get along with will benefit 
Gerry throughout her life. We 
hope her future in office work is 
a profitable one — music will 
make it complete. 
Honor Roll: Merit List. 



OTTO S. SCHULZ 

134 Willow St., West Roxbury 
Ott has a problem . . . how to 
go to college and avoid the draft. 
He's not alone . . . Our boy likes 
to spend his time playing hockey, 
where he's always out front. 
Watch him, he's headed for the 
top. 

Cadet Officer. 



JOSEPH M. SCOPA 

-238 Poplar St., Roslindale 
Joe likes to while away his 
leisure hours at the great 
American game of bowling. 
We hear it's a bad night when 
Joe doesn't end up in the 100's. 
The ambition of our boy is 
mechanics. Good luck! 
Tattler Representative; Football. 



ANN E. SCOTT 

-212 Stimson St., West Roxbury 
Skating is Ann's favorite sport. 
She also likes to dance and bowl 
. . . We hope you skate into a 
wonderful future as a secretary, 
Ann. Your pretty eyes and 
demure smile will help! 




FRANCENA L. SERPES 
3 1 Hawthorne St., Roslindale 
Being good natured, Franny has 
many friends. Traveling in- 
trigues her so we hope she has 
many rewarding trips. Hit 
special pastimes are skating, 
bowling and the movies. 



RICHARD L. SEWALL 

9 Bellaire Rd., Roslindale 
Dick is a newcomer to Rossie . . . 
However, that didn't stop him 
from gathering the host of 
friends he has. Next year he 
expects to be attending North- 
eastern or M. I.T. where we are 
sure he'll make good. 
French Club. 



MARY L. SHEA 

1 Colberg Ave., Roslindale 
Mary . . . tall, dark, and at- 
tractive . . . with a pleasing 
disposition . . . her goal is a 
secretarial position. Roller skat- 
ing and dancing are her sports. 
Stop in at Woolworth's some- 
time, she whips up terrific sodas. 
Variety Show; Swimming; Boat- 
ing. 



DAVID J. SIMM 

24-2 Baker St., West Roxbury 
Dave is the tall quiet lad from 
11-2. He likes to while away the 
hours canoeing down the 
Charles . . . Not bad if you can 
afford it. He is a candidate for 
the service. 
Band. 



ISOBEL M. SMITH 

98 Sanborn Ave., W. Roxbury 
Izzie is one of the brains of the 
class. She loves to read and 
practice classical music. Hates 
to be teased (but she can take 
it ). Wants to become a math 
teacher and plans to attend the 
University of Massachusetts. 
Roslyn Chapter, N.H.S. g; 
Merit List 8; }Yar Book 
Business Staff; French Club 2; 
Debating Club; French As- 
sembly J; Swimming; Bowling. 



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EMILY L. SNOW 

(i Metropolitan Ave., Roslindale 
Em — our Best All-round Cirl — 
the possessor of a wonderful 
and rare combination of in- 
numerable assets. We'll miss 
her prize-winning voice! Hopes 
to combine secretarial work 
with languages! 

Roslyn Chapter, N.H.S. 2; 

Honor Roll 8; Year Book Staff, 
Associate Editor; Tattler Staff 
2; Glee Club 2; Orchestra 2; 
French Club, Treasurer ; Span- 
ish Club 2; Debating Club .1 ; 

Home and School Represent- 
ative; French Assembly .': 
Spanish Assembly; Variety 
Show; Radio Broadcast 2; 
Basketball J; Carrnthers Prize. 



GAIL L. SOMES 

8 Rustic Rd., West Roxbury 
Another lady in white — Gail's 
sweet smile, peaches and cream 
complexion and sparkling eyes 
can make anyone feel better 
by just looking at her. She has 
poise and a charming person- 
ality too. 

Roslyn Chapter, N.H.S. 2; 
Merit List -I ; Year Book- 
Business Staff; Tattler Secre- 
tary; Glee Club 2; French 
Club -I ; French Assembly ■{ ; 
Variety Show ; Radio Broadcast ; 
Sic i in hi imj; Bo a I in g . 



CATHERINE M. SULLIVAN 

129 Poplar St., Roslindale 
We will always remember Kay 
with her sparkling eyes and 
bouncy manner. Her person- 
ality is just as sparkling too! 
After going to Boston Clerical 
she hopes to become a top- 
notch medical secretary. 
Year Booh Business Staff; Soft- 
ball; Badminton. 



GEORGE J. SULLIVAN 

13 Garnet Rd., West Roxbury 
Sill I is Rossie's third baseman 
. . . Not bad either. A good man 
with the fair sex . . . he charms the 
Senior Council to his way of 
thinking. No kidding, he's been 
a real help. 

Senior Council; Football; Base- 
ball s. 



RICHARD E. SULLIVAN 

:il Hewlett St., Roslindale 
Dick is quick as a Hash! That's 
right another track star, He 
aKo enjoys basketball and golf. 
His good looks, spontaneous 
grin and gentlemanly manners 
will bring success in the real 
estate world. 
Spanish Club; Track J. 




ROBERT D. SULLIVAN 
52 Weld Hill St., Jamaica Plain 
Sully is the lad who enjoys 
playing Irish football and driving 
his Plymouth. His ambition 
is to get itito the service (and 
out ). Best of luck from us all 
Cadet Officer; Football 3. 



ROBERT F. SULLIVAN 

37 Hewlett St., Roslindale 
Merry, carefree and agreeable 
is Bob. Enjoys participating 
in all sports. Enjoys school but 
dislikes homework. Hopes to 
run in the Olympics. Don't 
let any hurdles stop you, Frogs. 
French Club; Spanish Club a; 

Spanish Assembly; 'Track .>',- 

< ross-Conntry I. 



CONSTANCE L. SUTTON 
15(i Theo. Parker Rd., W. Rox. 
Connie is Rossie's most cheerful 
girl . . . She likes to be on the go 
all the time . . . Enjoys all sports 
. . . We're sure her parents will 
always be proud of her. 
Merit List .' ; Year Book Business 
Staff; Tattler Business Staff; 
'Tattler Secretary ; Debating ( 'tub ; 
'Tattler Representative; Home 
and School Representative; 
Radio Broadcast ; Cheerleader 2 ; 
Basketball ; Softball ; Swimming 
2; Tennis; Bowling 3; Bad- 
minton. 



DORIS V. SWANSON 
110 Glendower Rd., Roslindale 
Ski (favorite sport skiing) de- 
tests conceited boys and likes 
polite ones . . . She's another 
dancer. Plans to attend Burdett 
College and become a secretary. 
Glee Club ■! ; Swimming; 'Tennis; 

Golf 3; Junior Achievement, 

Secretary. 



GAIL K. SWANSON 
!>!> Allandale St., Jamaica Plain 
Gail has the attributes to which 
most of us aspire: looks, talent, 
and a pleasant disposition. What 
is there left to wish for? We 
know success will be hers in the 
fashion world. 

Honor Roll ; Year Book Business 
Staff; Tattler Business Staff: 
Glee Club; Spanish Club; Debat- 
ing Club; Field Hockey; 'Ten- 
nis ; Badminton ;Golf. 



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ELINOR R. SWIDE 

;{» WMtford St., Roslindale 
Ellie's warm interest in others 
has made her well liked by all. 
The real ability and intelligence 
lying beneath tier unassuming 
manner assure Ellie's success in 
life and in chemical research. 
Roslyn Chapter, N.H.S. 2; 
Archivist; Honor /{oil; Year 
Hook Business Staff; Glee Club 
.' ; Spanish Club; Debating 
Club 2; Tattler Representative ; 
French Assembly 3; Bowling; 
Badminton 2; Spelling Award; 
Junior Achievement .'. 



NANCY TARTAGLINI 
48 Charme Ave., Roslindale 
Nan is the perfect example of 
sweet things coming in small 
packages. She's a shy little 
miss who's always so pleasant 
and co-operative. Dancing and 
roller skating are tops on her list. 
Spanish Club. 



CAROLYN M. TEICHMAN 

5 Guernsey St., Roslindale 
Catch that mischievious glim- 
mer? Carolyn Teichman's the 
owner! Colorado claims her 
next year when she'll either make 
beauty her business or be an 
amanuensis to an employer, 
a secretary that is. 
Merit List. 



JUNE A. THAYER 

15 Bertson Ave., West Roxbury 
Attractive, a sweet disposition, 
a soft voice, that's June. Swim- 
ming and horse-back riding rank 
tops with her in sports. With 
your artistic talent, June, we 
know you'll be a success at the 
Massachusetts School of Art. 
Tattler Business Staff; Spanish 
Club 2; Debating Club; Bad- 
minton. 



SHIRLEY A. THOMS 

56 Beryl St., Roslindale 
Here's a gal whom you can be 
sure is never present when con- 
versation lags. She wants to 
be a secretary, and we know 
she'll climb fast and far with 
her personality plus. 
Honor Roll 2; Merit List; 

French Club; Debating Club, 

Vice President. 




RICHARD C. TOLAND 

1870 Beacon St., Brighton 
With sincere pleasure and par- 
donable pride we present our 
class president of '52". Dick, 
the constantly jovial "Most 
Popular Boy" is an outstanding 
person in every way. He's 
college bound . . . Holy Cross . . . 
if all goes well. 

Honor Roll 1; Merit Lint 1; 
Class Officer, I' resident ; Year 
Root; Staff 1; Tattler Staff 2; 
Transcript Reporter I; French 
Club 2; Spanish Club l;Freneh 
Assembly 2; Spanish Assembly 
I. 



SHIRLEY I. TOWNSEND 

211 Independ. Dr., Chestnut Hill 
Pretty, energetic, and full of 
school spirit is Shirl. She likes 
all kinds of sports and artwork, 
and hopes to be an interior 
decorator after attending Mount 
Holyoke < College. 
Roslyn Chapter, N.H.S. I; 
Honor Roll 1; Merit List I; 
Year Rook Staff 1; Tattler 
Staff 1; Spanish Club I; 
Debating Club; Cheerleader; 
Tennis ;Golf ; Swimming; Bowl- 
ing. 



JOAN E. TURLEY 

4 Sunset Ave, Jamaica Plain 
Pleasant, with an easy-going 
manner, Joan is another one of 
the crowd who wants to do office 
work. Tennis rates first with 
her in sports. Roller skating — 
you should see her spin around 
that rink. 

Softball; Swimming; Bowling. 



CLAIRE A. ULRICH 

19 Johnswood Rd., Roslindale 
A friendly miss with a warm 
heart. That's Claire. Enjoys 
swimming and roller skating 
when she's not kept too busy 
with her baby sitting. She'll 
make a charming housewife for 
someone. 

Softball 2; Bowling •>'. 



HELEN ANN URBAN 
143 Beech St., Roslindale 
She loves to bask in the sun. 
Ambition is to go to Paris and 
buy a wardrobe of exclusive 
clot lies. Favorite sports are 
golf and sailing. Hopes to attend 
Boston University. 
Merit List .'; Softball; Tennis; 
Bowling; Badminton 2, 



CAROL VANNINI 

1!) Fawndale Rd., Roslindale 
Here's the other half of the 
personable \"«» nt>ini duo. Carol 
is one of the most sincere and 
understanding girls we've had 
the privilege to know. We're 
sure that a good secretarial 
position will be hers. 
Merit List Year Book Business 

Staff 1 ; Tattler Business Staff 1 ; 

Tennis 1. 



NANCY J. VANNINI 
19 Fawndale Rd., Roslindale 
Nan, the other half of the 
Vannini duo, is quite a gal for 
wherever there is fun you're 
bound to find her right in the 
middle. \ itality plus — super 
smile — a fine friend! 
Merit List -I ; Senior Council 
I; Year Book Business Staff 1 ; 
Tattler Business Staff 1; Bottl- 
ing 1. 



ALAN A. VARTERESIAN 

142 Metro'an Ave., Roslindale 
Ai is the fellow to see for all 
the scoops (Cosmopolitan 
Drug). We hear he enjoys 
baseball and music . . . Al plans 
college next . . . Best of Luck! 



VIRGINIA VINCENT 

8 Allenwood St., West Roxbury 
Parlez-vous francais? Mais oui, 
toujours! That is what (iinny 
will be hearing when she realizes 
her ambition of visiting Paris 
after she becomes a teacher. Care 
for any companions, Ginny? 
Merit List 1; French Chili .' ; 
DebatingClub l. J.R.C. Repre- 
sentative .'; Trench Assembly 
Bottling 2; Badminton 2. 



MARGARET A. VIOLANDI 

17 Worley St., West Roxbury 
Here's a sports-minded gal! 
Her special likes include roller 
skating and ice skating. That 
honor roll reward speaks for 
itself! We'll always be thinking 
of you, Margie! 
Honor Boll 2; Bowling .'. 




BARBARA L. WAGNER 

121 Belgrade Ave., Roslindale 
Barbara hopes to make her 
place in the business world and 
she's so efficient we're sure her 
hopes will be rewarded. During 
spare minutes she enjoys roller 
skating, bowling and dancing. 
Bosh/n Chapter, N.H.S. 2; 
Honor Roll .1 ; J. B.C. Repre- 
sentative; French Assembly; 
Sit i m mini/; Banlin g . 



DONALD C. WAGNER 

30 Rexhame St., Roslindale 
Don hasn't quite made up his 
mind what he'd like to be. 
One thing sure though, he is 
going to Northeastern next year. 
He's a pretty good hunter . . . 
Always bags the quota. Good 
hunting, Don. 
Debating ( 'lub. 



NATALIE 

10 Catherine 
We know quite 
who would like 
secretary. She 
an office next y 
her favorite 
leisure hours. 
Honor Boll 2; 
Year Book 
Tattler Bit sine 



A. WALSH 

St., Roslindale 
a few executives 
Natalie as their 
plans to work in 
ear. Dancing is 
pastime during 

Year Book Staff: 
Business Staff: 
Staff; Bowling 



SUZANNE WEISENBERG 

57 Rich wood St., W. Roxbury 
Sue's ready, radiant smile will 
be a great asset when she 
realizes her ambition of becom- 
ing a secretary. Her favorite 
sport — baseball. Maybe she 
will work for the big leagues — 
who knows? 

Year Book Secretary; Softball: 
Boil lint/: Merit List 2; Year 
Book Business Staff. 



ELIZABETH F. WELCH 

812 Cummins Hwy,, Roslindale 
Amiable and pleasant, with a 
radiant smile, Betty hopes to 
become a secretary. Another 
sports lover, she picked baseball 
as her favorite . . . Warning . . . 
Hovs with red hair, beware of 
Betty. 

Roslyn Chapter, N.H.S. 2; 
Honor Boll: Merit List 2; 
Debating Club; Bottling 2; 



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JOAN C. WALSH 

55 Brandwood St., Roslindale 
Joan wants to become a model- 
she has the qualifications. Her 
hobby is dancing and her 
favorite sport is football. Plans 
to attend business school next 
year. 

Yearbook Staff; Home and School 
Representative; Variety Show; 
Ten n is ; Hod m i nton . 



MARILYN J. WERNER 

31 Hexley Rd., Roslindale 
Mai is rather quiet, but when 
you look more closely you 
realize that a serene and pleas- 
ant disposition lies behind her 
smiling brown eyes. Her ambi- 
tion is to be a secretary. 
Honor Roll; Merit List. 



BARBARA F. WESSELS 

7 Sheldon St., Roslindale 
To become a professional skater 
is Barbara's goal. She has won 
competitions and some day we 
may see her in a skating revue. 
Until then she plans to do office 
work. 

Basketball 2; Tennis; Bowling. 




MARY FRANCES C. WHITE 

15 1 Belgrade Ave., Roslindale 
Susie, as bright and sunny as 
her nickname, is a real sport-* 
enthusiast. With her ability 
to get along with others and to 
get her work done, she'll be a 
top- rate stenographer. 
Honor Roll; Merit List 2; 
Basketball; Swimming ■!; Bowl- 
ing; Badminton. 



GEORGE R. WILSON, JR. 

31 Rechame St., Roslindale 
Ronnie is quite a busy lad. 
Takes part in all sports . . . 
Skiing is his specialty, they tell 
us. Plans to attend Mass. State 
and become a teacher and coach 
or architect. 

Cadet Officer; Hand; French Club; 
Debating Club President 2 ; J. 
R.C. Representative 2; French 

Assembly 2 ; Football 3 ; Trai t ;. 



EDGAR B. WYAND 

50 Cerdar Ave., Roslindale 
We have a budding oil tycoon 
in our midst . . . Ed hopes to 
preside over an oil refinery. 
We can see him now in his ten- 
gallon hat and snappy con- 
vertible cruising the oil fields. 
Tattler Staff; French Club 2; 

Spanish Club 2; Football; 

Baseball . 



ROBERT G. WEST 

39 Bradfield Ave., Roslindale 
Football, baseball, basketball — 
Bob is an enthusiastic partici- 
pant in all three. His quiet 
manner is certainly belied by 
his energy on the athletic field. 
A sincere friend, a real man — 
and we're proud of him! 




PHYLLIS R. YANCHUCK 

10 Atherton Ave., Roslindale 
Phil has an unlimited ability 
to get work accomplished. To 
become a private secretary is her 
ambition. We know she'll make 
an excellent one with such a 
pleasing personality and sweet 
smile. She especially enjoys 
skating and reading. 
Roslyn Chapter, N.H.S.\ Honor 
Roll 2; Badminton. 



ROBERT E. BERCHTOLD 

75 Archdale Rd., Roslindale 
Stretch — our newest newcomer! 
It didn't take us long to like his 
easy-going manner and infectious 
grin, though! He hopes to con- 
centrate his efforts in journalism 
after wearing the Air Force blue 
or a while. 



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It is early spring in and 'way down yonder in Key West, Florida, we find four robins. They 

have decided that, before they return to Roslindale for the summer season, they will take a trip around the 
rest of the I'nited States. Off they go up the coast of Eastern Florida. Stopping first at Miami Beach, they 
notice some familiar faces among the bathing beauties tanning on the beach: Barbara Ashjian, Joan Bartley, 
Joan Leary, and Wally Piecuelevicz. Off shore they see Cynthia Korb and Yerna Claus water skiing. Driv- 
ing their boat is Bob Francis. Heading inland over the everglades, the travelers spy Bdgar Wyand teaching 
an alligator how to swim at Paul Brenner's Animal Farm. 

Setting down in New Orleans after a long flight, they are given some food by a friendly peanut 
vender, Jim Allen. As they meander down Basin Street, they see Bat Foley's Palais de Danse where Pat 
is featuring Jimmy Coyne and band — Tony Benedetti, Tony Arcaro, and the Morrissey twins, Warren and 
William. Down at the docks they find a strike led by Bradley Clark, against the Coppinger Shipping Lines. 
While they are there they learn that Arthur Brownell, Wilfred Hill, ami Don Wagner, co-owners of 
"Shrimp Boats Inc." have promised Ted Lawrence, the president of The American Fish Lovers Society, 
that they will limit their catches next year. 

Next they fly to Texas, where they light on an oil well, owned by Kenny Mac Williams, wealthy 
tycoon, who has not forgotten his poverty stricken buddies of high school days. He has had specially built a 
beautiful park for Charles Anderson, William Gannon, and Jim Pratt. Some distance away Jim Brooks is 
drilling a new well. Looking on are Pat Kudy and Barbara Murphy, secretaries for McGrady Oil Refineries. 
Later, up in Houston, the birds drop in on a rodeo. Among the contestants they see Bareback Bill McAuley, 
champion bronc-buster: Paul Foley, bull-thrower: Barbara Armington, trick roper; and Edna Kerrigan, 
trick rider. Ronald Kramer and Shirley Callahan have been chosen King and Queen of the Rodeo. 

Leaving the rodeo and heading over the sandy wastes of the vast desert they proceed to Don 
Guiggio's Sparkling Oasis where they take a refreshing swallow of Dotty Grundy's Miracle Mineral Water. 

With renewed vigor they get off to a flying start for California. The next morning finds the 
robins outside Louie Grilli's Opera House. Taking refuge on the marquee from one of California's notorious 
gales, they notice that scheduled for that evening is the famous Russian operetta, "Who Turned da Leitsov?" 
starring Alta Coulter and Andy Mario Fiore, with a supporting cast of Ann de Paulis, Margie Narsiff, and 
Helen Keskula. The storm being over, they go on to the Hollywood Bowl where they listen to a concert 
being given by Dave O'Malley's Sym-Phoney Orchestra. 

Continuing up the coast and going a little further inland they find Duffy's Lumber ( ami), run 
by Bob Sullivan, and Jim Hoey. The strong, silent Tom Kelley is there also. Th? whole camp has 
gathered to witness the grudge match between Big Jim Magennis and Black Jack Cronin for t he Northwest 
Wrestling Championship. 

Being of a peaceful nature, our four feathered friends leave the camp without waiting for the 
match and go on to the vacation land of Sun Valley, Idaho. Ann Murphy, Anne MacQuarrie, and Ethel 
Breen are among the beautiful lasses skiing on the slopes. Down on the indoor rink, enjoying fine ice for the 
first time since the Olympics, are Doc Doherty, Wilfred Francoeur, Mary Guilderson, and Ann Scott. Other 
tourists include such socialites as David Simm, Good Will Ambassador at Large, Kenneth Cave, Vice- 
President of the I). Ford Auto Insurance Company, and Joseph Scopa of the International News Service. 

Leaving the resort they head south to Salt Lake City. I'pon arriving they witness the founding 
of a new western office of the Christopher Finance Company with Louie Cogliano as the manager. This 
occasion calls for a celebration, and a dance is held. Perched on the window sill they watch Marie Nagle and 
Laurie McNeill Balling the Jack. 

The urge to travel seizes the robins again and they fly off once more. They pass over the beauti- 
ful Grand Canyon of the Colorado River and soon are in the vicinity of Denver. There they visit the prac- 
tice field of the world champions women's Softball team, managed by Alice Curran. The hard-hitting good- 
fielding "Powerhouse" ten hope to cop the title again this year. Mary Anne Crosse, Kay Doona, and Shirley 
Nelson are just a few of the stars that should bring the championship to Denver again this year. 

They resume their travels and fly into the bread-basket of the world. Their geography at this 
point becomes a t ri fly hazy, but they think they must have arrived out where the tall corn grows, for they 
find that Buddy Decot and JoAnn Lane have teamed up and are selling corn for a living. Could be, they 
know which side their bread is buttered on. 

Borne On the wings of a stormy gale the Four zoom into Chicago and take refuge from the blast in 
the McAndrew Happy Haven for Homeless Birds. Folks! Are you familiar with baths? Nancy McCallum, 
chief adviser for the home has just made these poor birds bathe in CLEAN WATER! What an outrage! 
Who can blame them for leaving? They flee in panic from such ultra-hygiene and take their chances on the 
storm. Arriving in Detroit, they visit the Manning Automobile factory where they witness the testitig of a 



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new car designed by Otto Schulz. It has a special chassis constructed at a forty-five degree angle designed 
[or going around corners. 

They flit over Cincinnati, Ohio, without landing, hut they are aide to >ee from the air the 
famous Dick Sewell factory, which manufactures exclusively the noted Self-Scaling I fydra ulically-( out rol- 
led No-Leak Locker designed especially for high schools. On the street outside the factory IS Tom O'Rourke 
with his dancing pig, now featured in the new Walt Disney series. As they approach West Virginia, and 
hover over the beautiful hills of the Appalachian Mountains (or are they farther north?) tiny buzz one of 
the hill villages when they see, to their surprise, Holt Longo acting as mediator to settle the Ifatfiels and 
McCoy feud. And just in case Boh fails, there is Joe Savage, waiting with his hopped-up Model 'I' . . . 

BANG! 

The gallivanting foursome arrive in Philadelphia just in time to hear the results of the hig 
election. Carolyn Teichman, Marilyn Frizzell, Pat Kelleher, and Jean Powers have been elected officer- of 
the / Hate Min Club. It is rumored that the club is trying to have Ed Heuman and George Sullivan run 
out of town for disrupting their meetings. Unofficial figures have it that over thirty members have resigned 
in the last ten days. While resting outside Gannett's Hardware Store they see Alma Doyle and Bob Gallo 
enter furtively and emerge again with a large can of red paint. They have Keen commissioned to paint the 
staid old town. 

Naturally no trip would be complete without a visit to New York and its Great White Way. 
The hit of Broadway this season is the Connolly-Cotter production of "Peeking in the Window" by [bin 
Snoopin. The leading male role is being portrayed by that great dramatic actor of our day, George Lucy. 
Lorraine Aker, first lady of the stage, plays the feminine lead. 

Across town on Fifth Avenue they find June Thayer, celebrated designer of women's inter- 
planetary travel attire, with lovely Barbara Pomer models, Gail Swanson, Barbara McLean, Eileen Dono- 
hue, Dotty Gilfeather, and Loretta Norton displaying her lastest creations. 

Finally, feeling really homesick, they fly up the coast to good old Boston. After a nice old- 
fashioned bean supper they go about to find their old acquaintances. In the Public Garden they see their 
good friend Gervase Locklin piloting his familiar Swan Boats. Perching on the wings of the swan, they 
take a short ride and tell him of their recent adventures. Crossing Charles Street, they land on the Common, 
hub of the universe for birds of all breeds. There they find a few more of their friends, bird-watchers all, 
Mary Shea, Kay DeRoma, Mary O'Malley, and Rita Petitto, feeding all the new arrivals from the south 
with Dave Lamprey's Jumbo Worms. 

Over in East Boston they hitch a joy ride on Stanley Sayers' glider. It is forced down by an 
adverse air current, but Joan Turley and Elizabeth Welch come to their rescue in a home-made speed-boat, 
made at home by Donna Dwyer. The speed boat takes them to the L Street Bath House, where they dry 
their ruffled feathers. Then they go down the road a piece to visit Lorraine Riley. Dropping in suddenly 
they interrupt Doris Swanson, Terry Page, Lorraine Diemer, Ann Duggan, and Mary Hayes, who are 
knitting stockings for the Boston American League baseball team. What was the name again? Not wishing 
to hold up such an important project, they leave and go on to watch Tom Flanagan and Bob Glynn practice 
for the international checker playoffs. Boy Tom just triple jumped. Sensation! Down at the YWCA the 
birds see Marie Bovaird, Nancy Tartaglini, Frances McHugo, and Audrey Parlee square dancing in the 
chatterbox to the tune of "Rose of Roslindale Square." 

Out in the street they are almost killed by the outgoitig traffic in the five-o'clock rush. A kindly 
driver, Phyllis Jameson, stops and gives the frightened birds a lift to Roslindale, thus brightening their 
spirits considerably. 

They arrive in Roslindale just in time to see Bobby Consalvi, Greg Flynn, and Leo Phelau 
disappearing into the dark, mysterious caverns of the Spa, now redecorated and refurbished by its new 
owners, Francena Serpes, Marianne DiNozzi, Ann Hourihan, and Elizabeth Hughes. Outside on the side- 
walk are Carol Queeny and Carol Nash playing Hop-scotch. 

Next morning they head for their final landing-place and Mecca, the Roslindale High School. 
Flying quietly into assembly just ahead of the seniors, they perch unobtrusively on the railing of the balcony, 
in time to see the assembly opened by Elinor Swide, the first head mistress of the famous institution of 
learning. They watch fascinated as she presents Florence Fairbanks and Dotty King, the speakers of the 
day. 

II EY! You four birds down there. Wake up! WAKE CP! oh, never mind. Let them sleep. 

Ralph Berry 
Roy Chase 
Dolores Dowling 
Judith Hallet 



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Hear-ye, Hear-ye, Hear you — We the Class of 19.5-2 being of sound mind and empty pocketbooks 
do hereby submit t<> yon, our legally constituted heirs, our last document which has been promulgated and 
agreed upon by the entire class and is being left in our bumble memory. Since we want to make our de- 
parture a commencement in the t rue sense of t be word, we have decided to abolish the traditional (lass Will 
which tends to indicate the arrival of Death. In its place we wish to initiate an Endowment Policy whereby 
we the Class of 1952 present the school with parting tokens and words of wisdom. 

We, therefore, in a somber manner befitting the occasion do bestow the followingg ifts upon 
Hoslindale High School, the faculty, the student body, and the custodians. Hold your hats — here it comes. 
To Mr. Gately, our hard-working headmaster, for guiding us with patience and understanding through our 

three years of awkwardness, forgetfulness and impetuosity, we leave an ocean of thanks and a pair of 

rubbers to keep his feet dry. 
To Miss Kelley and Miss Pratt, our indispensable sponsors, we leave our heartiest thanks for making our 

senior year an enjoyable one. 
To the School we leave the loyalty of the Class of 1952 and our appreciation for the outstanding lessons 

taught during the past three years. We also leave a "coke" machine and a table d'hote service in the 

lunchroom . 
To the Faculty: 

To Miss Cogan we leave a perfect gym class with better dancers and fewer dumb-belles. 

To Mr. Landrigan we leave a throat spray so that he will be able to survive future debates. Ahem! 

To Miss Hamrock we leave an automatic ventilating machine to keep 1-25 at the ideal temperature. 

To Miss lit illy we leave a concession of Rand-McNally maps of the U.S. and six classes of European History 

(Noir what can she do with the I'.S. maps?) 
To Mr. R. Murphy we leave a book on "How to Become a Skillful Plasterer." 
To Mr. Gleason we leave an undissected frog. 

To Miss Ward we leave an area on our wide, world-renowned campus where she can practice putting during 

her free periods. 
To Mr. Reynolds we leave a slow clock on the wall. 

To Miss Harrington we leave a kindergarten class for her to prepare them to enter her K8 classes. 

To Mr. Hartigan we leave a copy of Eddie Cantor's joke book. 

To Miss Reid we leave a magic wand to turn the orchestra into a symphony. 

To Miss Stairinos we leave a class of peoples. 

Richard T aland leaves with a sigh of relief and memories of a job well-done. 
Louise Burke leaves as the friendliest girl and the nicest class secretary ever. 
Russ Hayes leaves a mint. (Canada Mint, that is.) 

Connie Pagliarvlo,BarbaraGaUucci, Peggy Leary, Pat Fallon, and Frannie Hannon leave for New York. For 

three years we've been wondering what it is that attracts them out there. 
Connie Sutton leaves her magnetic personality echoing through the halls of Rossie. 
Dave 0' M alley leaves banging his head against the wall. 
Emily Snair leaves to become the successor to Jascha Heifitz. 
Nancy Vannini, Barbara Jones, and Jeanne Dufresne leave in stitches. 
George Lucy leaves a Dagwood sandwich to those undernourished sophomores. 
Bianco lien/ leaves her famous hairdo. Woof! Woof! 

Eddie Hoffman leaves in a cloud of dust, with a hearty, "Hi-ho Hotrod!" 
Carl Pearson leaves his sales talk. 

Shirley To ic use nil leaves her "R'S." N&ncy Clay follows. 

Tom Flanagan and Jim Carmichael leave 500 tardy slips with which to re-paper Room 107. 
Barbara Fiorc leaves for a nice long vacation. She needs one after all the work she's done for R.H.S.! 
Ralph Berry leaves for Congress in the next senatorial election. 
Alice Curran leaves her sunny-side up. (Need we say more?) 
William Saiiiiery leaves with the print of the typewriter in 206. 
Gloria Hufnagle leaves for Hollywood with Jim Magennis as her NO. 1 agent. 
Alia Coulter leaves for the high spots. 
Mary I. on Nelligan leaves her sunny smile. 

Bob Consalri leaves with the consoling thought that he was Mr. Pickett's favorite little atom. 
Loretta Donovan, Shirley Barakat, Betty Buonagurio, and Muriel McKinnon leave as Rossie's best women 
drivers. 

Buddy Dccoi and JoAnn Lane leave to become T\ Hams. 

Roy Chase and Saucy Concn leave quietly. 

Martha Goodway leaves as an aspirant for the Nobel Prize. 

Kevin CuUinane leaves a lock of his hair to keep I he (ires of Rossie burning. 
Eleanor Johnson leaves as Rossie's typical. 



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Jack Croriui leaves t lie football team in condition. We refuse to say what kind. 

Nancy Clarke leaves us envious of lier many attributes: Poise, Personality, and Appearance. 

Donald Blair leaves Miss (irandfield with this problem: If a tangent meets a circle at a given point, and the 

diameter of the circle is equal to the secant, what would lie the square of PI? 
Connie Hoyan leaves in a flash! 

Robert G alio leav es just as everyone else does. 

Dolores Douliny leaves her cheerleading hat; attached is a pin. 

Paul Foley ami Joan Fichter leave "hand in hand." Jim Mellen and Marilyn Keenan follow . 
Howard I. instead leaves his hook on "How Not to Gel Tackled While Playing Football." 
Joan and Margie leave us wondering who's who. 
Eddie Lennon and Tom McCormick leave for the Olympics. 
Mary Lou Musco leaves her sneakers. 
Philip Morris leaves to become an Old (iold Salesman. 

Barbara Wessells, Marilyn Werner, Phyllis George, Audrey Doris, and Pat Doyle leave for the nearest skating 
rink. 

Alan Varteresian leaves playing "Malaguena" to a dazzled audience. 
Claire (Ham papa leaves her paint brush ami easel. 

Ronnie Wilson leaves his gavel and strong vocal chords to some worthy successor. We wonder who? 
Maureen Byrnes leaves still looking for a megaphone. 
Peter Anderson leaves building a stairway to Paradise. 

Gail Somes, Judy Hallet, Mary Bell, Geraldine Salvin, Margaret Mahoney, Cynthia Korb, Mary White, Isabel 

Smith, and Joanne Meade leave for the water-ballet. 
Muriel Foran leaves for the Hallet- Russe. 
Joe Loiacono leaves via Moseley's. 

Pat Burlone, Janet DeVirgilio, Phyllis Cummings, and PatGriffin leave for the spa. . 
June Boates leaves with her best friend, Cornelia Mueller. 
Greg Flynn leaves with a push. 

Barbara Ashjian, Natalie Walsh, Lila Saba, Barbara Leary, Doris Hunningkacker, Sue Weizenburg, Barbara 
McNeill, Joan Welsh, Donna Duyer, and Catherine Sullivan leave as the secretaries who make typing 
for the Yearbook look easy. 

Francis Durham leaves for Mecca. 

Marilyn Coggio leaves for Arizotia on a tangerine train. 

Leo Phalen, Billy De Napoli, and Paul Leon leave the front and side doors vacant. Tickets, anyone? 

Joanna Cornell leaves for the Woodlands. 

Mary Quincy leaves her shortness to some too tall juniors. 

Pat McLaughlin and Nancy Croiee leave for Martha's Vineyard on a Scallop boat. 
Carl Gabele leaves in search of male companions to the National Honor Society. 
Ginny Cullen and Katherine Brennan leave with an alarm clock. 
Bob Glynn leaves his smile and Marilyn long enough to get his diploma. 

Shirley Thorns and Lillian Ciasullo leave in search of handsome bosses who love to give dictation. 
The "Great" Sullivans leave looking for the "0." 
Doris Fcrhmann leaves her math book to Miss Ward. 

Josephine DeCristofaro and Barbara Wagner leave perfect scholastic records. 
Margie Violandi leaves memories of her unique sense of humor. 
Arthur Brou nell quitte ses belles cravates! 

Caruso leaves as Rossie's "Miss Personality" and we aren't fooling. 
Madeline Allen leaves with a tube of lipstick . . . "Ultra Violet." 

Joanne Ciampa, Lorraine O'Connell , Carol Froughton, Marie Pantano, and Mary Mitzcovitch leave to become 

women in white. 
Dick Dawson leaves first base to Mr. Reynolds. 

Pat Deduct leaves the office secretaries searching in vain for someone who could take her place. 
Mary Martin leaves for South Pacific. 

If this were truly a will we would have bequeathed to our above mentioned benefactors some 
costly gifts which they more than deserve. It is most probable that if this were the case the recipients would 
be more than honored to be beneficiaries of the Class of \$5i. However, after the prom, we could leave only 
this memory of a hilarious group of modern teen-agers We sincerely hope that this memory will be a very 
happv one. 

BARBARA ASHJIAN 
YERXA CLAUS 
PATRICK FOLEY 

Dispensers of the Law 



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C L A S 



On completing <>ur senior year at Roslindale High School, we must take our places in society. 
The world today is indeed in a most crucial condition. Since we are no longer to be looked upon as high- 
schoolers bul as adults, we must be able to lace world problems and do our best to make our individual com- 
munities better ones in which to live. 

To some of us, who have, in these past three years, experienced the events written in this hi tory, 
a class history may seem an unnecessary document, but a tew years from now, when we want to look hack on 
the events of the three years spent at R.U.S., this document will become a valued piece of paper, read and 
re-read many times. And we will find pleasure and satisfaction in reading about "the best years of our lives." 
It might even be said that these three years have Keen the turning point in our lives. 

We made our first dedication to learning in September, 1949, when we entered the Roslindale 
High School with unsteady steps and pounding hearts. As insignificant sophomores (literally speaking, wise 
fools l we hoped to obtain knowledge and understanding from within the walls of wisdom. Looking about 
us, we were struck by the bigness of the school, the tremendous number of students, and the frightening im- 
familiarity of the faces. Mr. Gately, our new Head Master, approached the stage and proceeded to welcome 
us to Roslindale High. We were introduced to our sophomore teachers and assigned to our homerooms. 
Then we started the program that would soon become a routine in our lives. 

We found it fairly difficult to get to Room 5 by way of Room Sio. Of course, those superior 
beings, upper classmen, were always very helpful in showing us the most indirect way! Yes, getting ac- 
customed to Roslindale High (especially to the lunchroom, which was a battle in itself) was a struggle we, 
the abused sophomores, had to fight alone. 

During the year, members of our class distinguished themselves in various school activities. The 
Spanish and geography classes under the general direction of Miss Connor, assisted by Miss Scanned, Miss 
Kelley, Miss Whelan, and Miss Stavrinos, won a special award during PAN-AMERICAN WEEK. From 
the clamor heard from the gym we knew that the nineteen sophomore members of the Badminton Club were 
playing the sport most enthusiastically. Some of our deserving classmates scaled the heights and became 
members of the T ATTLF R STAFF. And so time marched, too rapidly toward report cards, and all too 
slowly toward vacation. There were many of us who wore the crimson and gold on the playing field, and the 
names of many more of us appeared on the Honor Roll and Merit List. 

To add to the honor of our class, Nancy Clarke was voted "Marsha Jordan" and won, among 
other prizes, a trip to Mexico. After the first bi-monthly period we considered ourselves quite grown up and 
an important part of the school. Of course, our view wasn't always shared by the upper classes. Biology 
was the subject that occupied most of our distracted attention. During our first year, we became great 
lovers of the out-of-doors as we collected weeds, flowers, leaves, and — last but not least — our friends, the in- 
sects. The rest of the year went smoothly except when occasionally rather red report cards were followed by 
some blue week-ends. We managed to end our sophomore year with some relief and looked forward with 
great anticipation to our junior year at Roslindale High School. 

In September, 1950, we returned to the well-known halls to make our second dedication. To our 
disappointment we found many changes had taken place during our summer absence. Mr. Branca had been 
recalled to active service with the I'nited States Army, Miss Learson had taken a position at the High 
School of Practical Arts, and on October 1, Miss Martell joined the faculty of Boston Teachers College. 



WE ENTERED 



FRAWCI5 ani 

FUNAG/W 




SOPHOMORES 



0R.AWN Qy 

SKirley Townsena 



H I S T O RY 



The departures of Miss Learson, Miss Martell, and Mr. Branca left a gap which was hard to fill; but u<- were 
happy to welcome five new faculty members: Miss Pratt, Miss Croke, Miss Donohoe, Mr. Murphy, and 
Mr. Gillis. 

The first bi-monthly period seemed to us to Hy, for there was SO much to do and SO little time to 
do it in. The Radio Workshop was started by Miss Hamrock and three of our classmates were chosen to 
represent Rossie: Alta Coulter, Lorraine Alter, and Emily Snow. That year our column, Rossie Notes, 
became official in our local Newspaper, THE PARKWAY TRANSCRIPT. The Glee Club started up 
again with a good representation from our junior class of canaries; of course Alta Coulter continued to be 
recognized for her chirping. We opened the Social season with a football hop in the gym. Four hundred 
Rossiettes and their guest u , danced to the music of Rob Gately. (Any similarity of names mentioned here, 
living or dead, is purely coincidental. ) 

The French Club got oft' to a roaring start by electing officers. Barbara Ashjian was voted 
secretary and Cynthia Korh treasurer. That year swimming lessons were in session in the Boston YWCA. 
Our class of Fish was represented by Mary Hell, Lorraine Crosby, Marilyn Cummings, Audrey Davis. Mary 
Martin, Marie Pantano, Doris Swanson, Mary Guilderson, Dorothy King, Cynthia Korb, Patrica Mc- 
Laughlin, and Mary White. They all had a DUCKY TIME every Monday. To our disappointment our 
football squad did not win as many games as we had hoped, but the cheering section still outnumbered any 
that the other schools had. The cheers were led by three of our classmates Maureen Byrnes, Barbara 
Gallucci and Constance Sutton. In Januaiy, thirty members of our class were elected to the National 
Honor Society, the largest number in the history of the school to be elected from one class. 

Some of our talented juniors appeared as Gibson Girls, as dancers in the Charleston act, and in 
specialty numbers in the senior class Variety show. They were Barbara Fiore, Ann Caruso, Louise Burke, 
Ann del'aulis, Emily Snow, Barbara Gallucci, Ilda Papetti, Lorraine Riley, Jo-ann Lane, Joan Welch, Gail 
Somes, Alta Coulter, Kathleen Kane, Jim Coyne, and Jim Hoey. The project of selling defense stamps was 
started up again by the Key Club. The Club is also famous for marvelous dances. Our Hockey team 
distinguished themselves by winning six games out of seven. Unfortunately we missed the District Champ- 
ionship by one game. Bob Francis and Tom Flanagan, two of our best athletes, helped our basketball team 
to win in a blaze of glory eight out of fourteen games. That was the best record acquired by Roslindale 
since 1946. Leave it to our class to do that! 

On March 15 tragedy hit Roslindale when we lost two of our most popular and beloved class- 
mates. The whole school mourned their death, but their memory will live long in our hearts. They were 
Norma Geissler and Barbara Sutherland. 

In April the Roslyn Chapter of the National Honor Society presented a one-act play, "IT WILL 
BE ALL RIGHT ON THE NIGHT," the proceeds of which went to the first Roslyn Chapter Scholar- 
ship. One hundred dollars was given to the members of the Roslyn Chapter who ranked highest in this 
school in the National Honor Society Scholarship examination. The Carruthers prize for excellence in oral 
prose reading was awarded to Emily Snow of our class. Bi-monthlies came and went, as did vacations. 
Then it was May — time for the elections of class officers. The campaigning was vigorous and the decisions 
difficult, especially for the boys, who had troubles choosing from so many attractive candidates. But we 
finally elected Richard Toland as president, Constance Pagliarulo Vice-president, Louise Burke Secretary. 




and Russell Hayes Treasurer. And so we were ready for our senior year; in fad we were eager for it, as 
we looked hack over our junior year with mixed emotions of joy, pride, anil sadness. 

\\ e had our last chance to till our powerful boxes of dynamite with wisdom to conquer the whole 
world when we made our third and last dedication to this institution of learning in September of 1951. Yes, 
at last, we had reached our expectation — our senior year. With lighter hearts and blonder heads, we started 
t lie school year, our pockets tinkling with the money we had earned during the summer. Oh, if this had 
only lasted! Before long we were paying for class rings and class dues; we began to wonder if our pockets 
would hold out until graduation. Then, too, came our sittings for class pictures. Woe is me! what movie 
star will we attempt to look like? By this time our hard earned cash was dissolving rapidly. 

Aside from our money problems, we found school getting harder and teachers stricter since we 
were now the cream of the crop, and really should set an example for under classmen. History was the 
worst of our troubles. Would we ever get the dates of the presidential terms straightened out? Could there 
be anything more distressing than a history bi-monthly? With all this, September and October passed 
smoothly enough for all seniors, with the trifling exception of the few poor souls whose report cards displayed 
Rossie's school color. 

As Christmas approached, the spirit of giving rather than receiving filled the hearts of all Ros- 
siettes. We made both young and old happy as we dressed little dolls anil bought toys for unfortunate 
youngsters. Our generosity didn't stop here, however. On December fifteenth, the veterans at the West 
Roxbury Veterans' Hospital were entertained by the senior girls in the Glee Club, and received gifts from 
the students of our school. The talents of the (dee Club as well as those of some students in the language 
clubs were displayed in our Christmas assembly. Teachers and pupils alike will always remember the 
wonderful Christmases spent at Roslindale High. 

To keep us in trim for our senior prom, Rossie ran three dances. In November the senior class 
held a football hop to the delightful music of Bob Donahue and his orchestra. All who went enjoyed them- 
selves tremendously, even though some of the boys were slightly shy. (Or were playing hard to get?) 
December brought a Christmas party with the well-known disc jockey. Bob Clayton, and February a Valen- 
tine dance 

January seemed to be the month that most distinguished Roslindale's seniors. On the radio a 
number of students took part in a round-table discussion of our high school activities over the air. Judith 
Hallet won five dollars for her write-up on the first Globe Party. Virginia Cullen showed her spelling ability 
when she won the twelfth grade Boston Herald Spelling Bee in our school. Dick Toland was elected to 
represent the school on Good Government Day at the State House. In the world of fashion, we found our 
own (Jail Swanson head of the teen-age fashion board at Filene's for the year 1951 and l!)5-2. In the school 
clubs our class responded wonderfully. In the debating club one could often find students in a heated debate, 
either on world affairs or on just every-day American life. Do you remember the forum Mr. Landrigan 
conducted in the hall? Four speakers, who included class mates Nancy Clarke and Emily Snow, debated 
the high school topic of the year: "ALL AMERICANS SHOULD RF SUBJECT TO ESSENTIAL 
CONSCRIPTION DURING WAR-TIME!" 

Martha Goodway, the editor-in-chief of our school magazine received recognition fro m the 
Boston Traveler for her excellent editorial, entitled "For the Defense," which appeared in the first issue of 
the Tattler. 

In the course of the year the language classes by means of assemblies brought us closer to the 
countries which spoke the languages they were studying. 

April came around all too quickly, and wit h it our senior From. On the evening of the fifteenth, 
boys hesitatingly dragged out their tuxes, and girls adorned themselves in ravishing gowns of the latest 
fashions. The Dorothy Quincy Suite of the John Hancock Building was certainly a splendor of color on tills 
evening w hich will be well-remembered by all Rossiettes of the class of \i)5i. When our fun was over and 
we settled down to school work again after the April vacation, boys began to complain about the big holes 
in their pockets and girls still moaned about their well-stcppcd-on feet. But after all is said and done, we 
knew deep down in our hearts we had really enjoyed ourselves that evening of April 15. 

We realized now that we had only one big step to make before leaving Roslindale High forever. 
We began to have diploma worries and thought we had better settle down to hard study before taking our 
last decisive step, that of graduation. 

Today as we look back at our three dedications to Roslindale High School we know she has 
played an important roll in our lives, and that her fond memories will remain with us forever, and will be 
cherished always. 

MARY BFLL 
ELINOR SWIDE 

Class Historians 



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For Fine Beauty Servic 



PArkway 7-ls.?ii-K 



FRANCINE'S BEAUTY SALON 
F.B.S. 

PROFESSIONAL BEAUTY CARE 
43-21 Washington Street Roslindale, Mass. 

SHEEHAN'S SOCONY SERVICE STATION 



1225 Centre Street 
24-Hour Kmergency Service 



West Roxbury, Mass. 
PArkway 7-2864 



7-7-7 



The Continuation of High School 
FRIENDSHIPS 

YOUR ROSLINDALE 

HIGH SCHOOL 
ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 



EAST'S PHARMACY 

Prescriptionists — Chemists 

1858 CENTRE ST., (corner Corey) 
WEST ROXBURY, MASS. 

Telephone: PArkway 7-0017 



G. J. Marotta 



PA 7-2737 



Corinth Shoe Repairing 

ORTHOPEDIC and CORRECTIVE 
SPECIALISTS 



Shoes Repaired While You Wait 



5 Poplar Street Roslindale Sq., Mass. 



FOREST HILLS MARKET 
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS 

Free Delivery 

W Hyilc Park Avenue JA 2-0360 

FOREST HILLS PHARMACY 

John J. Owens, tttij. Pk. 117^4 Washington Street 
JAmaica 4--2514 Jamaica Plain, Mass. 


WHITE CITY FOOD STORE 

"THE COMPLETE STORE" 

Meats, Fish, Fruits, Vegetables & Groceries 
Beer and Wine Self Service 

->7-.>-->?6 Hyde Park Ave. 

JAmaica 4-8822 Free Delivery 

Jamaica Plain SO, Mass. 


FREDDIE'S FRIENDLY 

FOREST HILLS AMOCO 
GENERAL REPAIRING 

AAA Service Road Service 
J A t-<)60!) Fred Sarno, Prop. 


FRED C. HAILER 

Reg. Pharmacist 

1198 WASHINGTON STREET 
ROSLINDALE, MASS. 


W hen in Forest Hills 
Eat at the 
TERMINAL LUNCH 


( 'om pliments of 
LODGEN'S MARKET 


( 'om pliments of 
A FRIEND 


UNITED NATIONAL STORE 

87:! South Street Roslimlale, Mass. 
Telephone FAirview 4-1 W4 


Compliments of 

ELMER'S DELICATESSEN 

(corner of Beech and Orange Streets) 

HANDSCHUMACKER'S PRODUCTS 


MacDONALD & BISHOP 
CLEANSING AND REPAIRING 
FREE PICK-UP AND DELIVERY SERVICE 
sot; Smith street Roslindale, Mass. 
Telephone PArkway 7-S181 
Hours: 8:00 a.m. to (i:00 p.m. 



d h n S. D L € y 

PHOTOGRAPHER 



Specializing in "Candid" Wedding Pictures 

Home Portraits of 
Children — Family Groups — Bridal Portraits 
School Prom 



COlumbia 5-9801 
43 Roslin Street, Dorchester 24, Mass. 



Compliments of 



FRANK A. FOWLER 

«T7ie Class Ring Man" 

333 Washington Street 
Boston, Mass. 

(Opposite Historic Old South Church) 
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO ALL CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS 

for 

CLUB PINS - MEDALS - TROPHIES 



OFFICIAL JEWELERS FOR ALL CLASSES 
FROM 1937 THROUGH 19.53 
ROSLINDALE HIGH SCHOOL 



Representing: 

LOREN MURCHISON & CO. 



Richmond 2-0161 



Iii the Long Run 



You and your friends 

will prize the portrait that looks like 
you — your truest self, free from stage 
effects and little conceits. 

It is in this "long run" photography 
that PUR BY success has been 
won. 

Portraiture by the camera that one 
cannot laugh at or cry over in latter 
years. 

For present pleasure and future pride 
protect your photographic self by 
having PU ROY make the por- 
traits. 

Pleasing Portraits I 
Prompt Service I 
Right Prices * 

OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHER OF CLASS OF li)51 

PURDY 

Means Satisfaction Guaranteed 

367 BOYLSTON STREET 
Boston 



SPEC IAL DISCOUNT TO ALL R. H. S. STUDENTS 





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ENGRAVINGS 



to 




PHOTO -ENGRAVERS 




ROBERTS ENGRAVING COMPANY 



115 SAGAMORE STREET 



QUINCY 71, MASSACHUSETTS 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

ROOM 109 



( 'om pliments of 
EDWARD HOFFMANN 



Compliments of 
ROOM 205 



( 'om pli mi nts of 
ROOM 111 



PArkway 7-0927 

PARKWAY HOME APPLIANCE 

SKRVICK DEPARTMENT 
EXPERT REPAIRING ON 
Television Radio and Electric Appliances 
H<in Washington Sired Roslindale SI, Mass. 



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